China is set to do something no other nation has done, and that's land on the far side of the moon. This year, they plan to launch two missions known as "Chang'e 4". The first part will launch in June, which will really act as a satellite positioned approximately 60,000 km behind the moon. This will serve for communication purposes, linking the Earth and the far side of the moon. This is, apparently, why we've never been to the dark side, because the technicalities of clear communication are impossible, so we're told. This drastically counters all of the evidence suggesting we have been there. There are some articles linked below where you can learn more about that. Once this link is established, it will allow China to send the second part of the mission: a lander to the far side's surface.
By the way, Tidal forces from Earth have slowed the Moon's rotation to where the same side is always facing the Earth, this is why the other side is called the Dark Side, because we can never look at it, not even with a telescope. That being said, I personally do not buy that explanation, completely. You will see why later in the article as I elaborate on the moon. Furthermore, I do believe we have been back, and were there prior to when we were told we got there, but that's a different discussion all together.
Will the true findings of this mission be publicly disclosed to the world? When it comes to space news, it's so hard to believe anything we hear. Mainstream rhetoric completely goes against those speaking out who are directly from "within" and on the front lines. Now, that does not mean that these people may also be dishing out misinformation, but when you have them in multiples from various fields, from aerospace all the way to the ranks of the military, academia, politics and more, it's not hard to see that something is going on. What that is, we don't exactly know; but we do know it's not always what we are told.
Take for example Robert Bigelow, who recently gave an interview with 60 minutes making it quite clear that he has knowledge of the fact that we are not alone, and that we have been visited, and are being visited. Multiple Apollo astronauts have said the same thing–there are literally to many examples to name. Apollo 14's Edgar Mitchell told the world that he has been "privileged" enough to be in on the fact that we are not alone, and that they've been coming here for years.
Perhaps the greatest source of confusion is the moon. Surrounded by 'conspiracy,' according to my research, it seems that the conspiracy is not whether or not we went to the moon, it's about what happened when we got there. I go into more detail about that in an article I published in November of 2017: you can read it here.