Until January 3, no human being had ever set eyes on the “dark side” of the moon — the side always facing away from the Earth. It was a mystery.  But no longer. China’s National Space Administration successfully landed a lunar lander, Chang’e-4, at South Pole-Aitken, the moon’s largest and deepest basin. Its lunar rover Yutu-2 is dozens of pictures so that we can see the soil, rocks, and craters for ourselves. Seeds it took on

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