Dmitry Rogozin, the head of the state space corporation of Russia, Roscosmos, and this week on Thursday has congratulated his Chinese colleagues as their space probe Chang’e-4 has successfully landed on the far side of the moon. In the congratulation letter, that was reportedly published on the website of Roscosmos, Rogozin said that, on the side of Roscosmos State Corporation and his own behalf, he wants to bestow his deepest gratitude by congratulation the whole team of space explores of CNSA aka China National Space Administration on a very successful launch of the mission of Chang’e-4 – as the probe became the first of the probes to successful make the soft landing on the far side of the moon in the entire existence of mankind.
Rogozin has also noted that China along with Russia is reportedly in a productive manner are cooperating in the field of activities related to space exploration. Dmitry Rogozin said that he, the Roscosmos is extremely pleased to announce that the power equipment of Chang’e-4’s mission is reportedly supplied by the electricity which is produced by radioisotope sources in Russia. Dmitry Rogozin also mentioned in that letter that he is very confident about the fact that in future, Russian and China are going to have been presented with a lot of opportunities to ensure effective cooperation that will benefit both of their respective countries.
Rogozin also expressed his sincere wishes at the end of the letter. He wishes that there will be a lot of creative successes along with interesting projects in the area of space activities which is in turn meant for peaceful purposes. The Chang’e-4 probe of China has reportedly landed on the far side of the moon on Thursday, and in the meantime, it became the first ever spacecraft which was successful in embarking the soft landing on the untraveled side of the moon which has never been visible from Earth.