The two world powers have reportedly been working together on a series of controversial experiments.
China is going where no one has gone before–the farside of the Moon. At 2:23 am on Dec. 8th (local time in Sichuan province), a Long March 3B rocket blasted off from the Xichang Satellite Launch Centre, propelling a lander and rover toward the lunar farside. Zhou Kun photographed the launch: “I took the picture only
Last week we talked about the Chinese Chang’e-4 lunar probe that China was set to launch to study the far side of the moon. The probe launched in the early hours of Saturday morning and that lunch went off without a hitch. China sent the probe towards the moon atop a Long March-3B rocket.
One Chinese mission will bring back the first lunar rock samples in more than four decades
How the Chinese tech giants Baidu, Alibaba, and Tencent will develop the systems that will run the world.
The legend of the Wild Man is alive and well and transforming remote villages in northwest China into booming tourist towns.
The ruins were thought to be an unexcavated portion of China’s famous Great Wall. But a recent examination has unearthed something much, much older.
For centuries, humans have extracted minerals from the Earth with reckless abandon, but it’s only a matter of time before our desire for gold, platinum, iron, tungsten, and other useful ores will exceed our planet’s ability to provide them.
An international team of researchers led by Université de Montréal’s Dr. Luc Doyon has found seven bone soft hammers at the early hominin Lingjing site in Xuchang county of Henan province, China. These 115,000-year-old tools represent the first instance of the use of bone as raw material to modify stone tools found at an East Asian early Late Pleistocene site.
The eggs were found by workers who were excavating the ground for the construction of a school in Jiangxi province.