The Chinese lunar Rover has made the first photograph of the reverse side of the moon: what’s in the picture?
The Chinese spacecraft “Chang’e-4” for the first time in the history landed on the side of the moon and took a picture of its surface.
The moon probe brought plant seeds and larvae of silkworm. “Chang’e-4” will help scientists to conduct a series of experiments and research to see whether in such circumstances exist biosystem.
China is already preparing a manned mission to the moon, and by 2022 it plans to build its own space station.
This is a full shot of the “Yutu-2” lunar rover of #China’s Chang’e-4 probe, as captured by the #ChangE4 probe itself after its successful landing on the far side of the moon pic.twitter.com/JRTwZo4PaA
— CGTN (@CGTNOfficial) January 4, 2019.
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