China’s first lunar rover landed on the moon Saturday, less than two weeks after it blasted off from Earth.

The landing makes China one of only three nations -- after the United States and the former Soviet Union -- to "soft-land" on the moon's surface, and the first to do so in more than three decades. Chang'e-3, an unmanned spacecraft, will release Jade Rabbit (called Yutu in Chinese) -- a six-wheeled lunar rover equipped … Continue reading China’s first lunar rover landed on the moon Saturday, less than two weeks after it blasted off from Earth.