China’s Chang’e 4 moon rover mission is back in action on lunar farside

The Chang’e 4 lander imaged by Yutu 2, released in May 2020. (Image credit: CLEP)

China’s Chang’e 4 mission is back in action for its 19th lunar day of activity on the far side of the moon, with the Yutu 2 rover set to scope out a new crater.

Both the mission’s lander and Yutu 2 rover have resumed science activities following sunrise over their location in Von Kármán crater on the far side of the moon.



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