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Say cheese: Chinese lander Chang’e 4 sends big picture of the moon’s far side as science payloads begin work

S.China Morning Post Friday, 11 January 2019
Chang’e 4, China’s lunar lander, has sent the first panorama photo of the moon’s far side back to Earth, while its rover, Yutu 2, is ready for the next stage of its mission after its first short journey across the surface last Friday. All three spacecraft, the lander, rover and Queqiao – the mission’s relay satellite which is stationed above the far side – are ready to send more data and pictures back to the control centre, the China National Space Agency...
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News video: China Releases Detailed Panorama Of The Far Side Of The Moon

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According to a report by Geek.com, on Friday, China shared a detailed photo captured by its Chang'e 4 lunar lander, offering a closer look at the mysterious far side of the moon. The China National Space Administration revealed the photo, snapped by the rover's topographical camera, in a press...

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