The Chinese robotic complex Chang’e-4 landed on the far side of the moon earlier in January. The country’s space agency has posted a video of the landing. The device delivered to the natural satellite of the Earth scientific equipment for the study of the terrain. As previously reported, sending “Chang’e-4” to the moon is part of a research series.

Landing of the complex was carried out automatically due to the inability to establish communication in real time, writes New Scientist. The data is sent via the Quetsiao communication satellite previously sent by China into orbit around the moon.