How China will land astronauts on the moon by 2030

Practical common sense strategy. The only leery part is moon orbital docking. Apollo in 1969 only had a four, maybe eight bit computer, and made it look easy. Although I suspect the actual docking was done by hand and eyeball piloting. Pilot training needed for navigational failures. With the computers and instruments we have now, it shouldn't be a problem. But one never knows, some of the most precise instruments and redundant planning, we still have mission failures.

Docking in an foreign orbit might be very common one day. Automatic bumper to bumper parking.