Here’s the thing, on January 6, after hours of work, the “pilots” found out on their screens what it was: a large pebble … a pebble placed on the edge of a small crater. It was a disappointment. It has nothing to do with the Arc de Triomphe or any other building, as has been widely speculated. One of the pilots shouted that it was Yutu, the famous jade rabbit in Chinese mythology. And indeed, upon closer inspection, we ended up seeing a rabbit, andTurn around, turn right facing . and maybe a in front of him, and a few pearls in the back.
Perhaps everyone will be a little disappointed, but in any case, this story was, in small leaps, very productive for the rover that did well, as her team explained. After this discovery, Yutu-2 had just crossed the symbolic 1,000-meter barrier we had walked since arriving three years ago. And the adventure isn’t over yet.
What is this cubic structure depicted on the far side of the moon?
the Landed on the hidden side of In January 2019. Since then he travels relentlessly to The lunar part of the von Karmann crater. And on his journey he already drew attention to a kind of « Bright ” Which turned out to be nothing but molten rock as a result of the effect of a .
Uh. We have an update from Yutu-2 on the far side of the Moon, including an image of a cube on the northern horizon 80 meters from the rover in Von Karmann crater. Referred to as “神秘” (“mysterious house”), you’ll spend the next 2-3 days of the moon getting close to check it out. pic.twitter.com/LWPZoWN05I
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Intrigued, the scientists chose to steer the rover toward this strange object. And you will approach it in the next two or three lunar days – roughly two or three months from Earth. By being careful to avoid the numerous potholes in its path. And always depends only on .Solar energy for progress. All in the hope of making about the nature of this cubic object. Perhaps simply a huge boulder that was also excavated by
Quite simply, but interesting nonetheless. Because this cube can represent a modern effect and thus allowsTo study the composition of the moon closely.
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