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As of 19th February 2021 Friday, The CNSA –China National Space Administration Belt and Road Initiative Lunar Mission……Chang’e-4 successfully awakened completed the 2th day of the work period before the Chinese Lunar New Year – year of the OX …. .On the far back of the moon on the 103 Kilometer Von Karman diameter wide Crater, the Chang’e 4 lander and the “Yutu 2” lunar rover…….Chang’e 4 completed the 27th day of the month……….. When all three international Mars probes successfully reached Mars, the Chang’e 4 lander and the “Yutu 2” lunar rover on the back of the moon were at 13:30 on February 19 Finished the 27th day of the month at 01:48 and entered the moonlight dormancy. Up to now, Chang’e-4 has worked on the lunar surface for 778 Earth days, the lunar rover has a cumulative mileage of 652.62 meters, is in good condition, has energy balance, and all scientific loads are working normally. Continuous scientific output based on first-hand exploration data has revealed various scientific issues on the back of the moon in depth….

Previously As of 6th February 2021 Saturday , The CNSA –China National Space Administration Belt and Road Initiative Lunar Mission……Chang’e-4 successfully awakened and entered the 2th day of the work period before the Chinese Lunar New Year – year of the OX.. ….On the far back of the moon on the 103 Kilometer Von Karman diameter Crater , the Chang’e 4 lander and the “Yutu 2” lunar rover ended moon night dormancy at 16:48 and 4:26 on February 6th Hong Kong –Beijing time, and were awakened autonomously by light, and entered the 27th month day work period . Since the “Yutu-2” lunar rover reached the surface of the moon, it has travelled a total of about 628.5 meters. It is currently located northwest of the landing site, about 430 meters straight from the landing site.

Scientific exploration planned on the 27th day:

  • The panoramic camera selects the opportunity to take color images of rocks and impact craters.
  • (2) Drive to a rock block with a diameter of about 18cm to the southwest of the current lunar rover position, about 17.8m away from the current location, and use an infrared imaging spectrometer to detect the rock and the surrounding lunar soil.

Images and visuals are from Weibo CNSA –China National Space Administration –CLEP- China Luna Exploration Program..

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