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President Xi congratulates Chang'e-3 mission success

12-16-2013 15:22 BJT Special Report: China’s Leaders |
Special Report: Chang’e-3 Lunar Probe |

President Xi congratulates Chang'e-3 mission success

President Xi, Premier Li Keqiang and Vice Premier Ma Kai were present at the Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center on Sunday night. They congratulated all the scientists involved in the program.

Ma Kai said the complete success of Chang’e-3 mission marks the entry of the country's lunar exploration program into a new stage. He said more challenges are still ahead and he hopes everyone will do more to achieve China’s dream of the peaceful use of outer space.



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