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Chang'e-4 probe takes panoramic photos on moon's far side

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In Space - Jan 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of panoramic photos of lunar surface

Beijing, China - Jan 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Engineers monitoring landing of Chang'e-4 probe at Beijing Aerospace Control Center
3. Various of screen showing movement, landing of Chang'e-4 probe

In Space - Jan 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Various of animation showing Chang'e-4 probe landing
5. Various of animation showing rover, lander, antenna on moon surface
6. Various of images of moon surface taken by Chang'e-4 probe

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China's Chang'e-4 probe took panoramic photos on the lunar surface after it successfully made the first ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon.

The China National Space Administration (CNSA) Friday released the 360-degree panoramic photos taken by a camera installed on the top of the lander.

The images were sent back via the relay satellite Queqiao, which was operating around the second Lagrangian point of the earth-moon system, about 455,000 km from the earth, where it can see both the earth and the moon's far side.

Scientists have made a preliminary analysis on the terrains and landform surrounding the probe according to the panoramic pictures.

Chang'e-4 probe touched down on the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken Basin on the morning of January 3, and the lunar rover Yutu-2 drove onto the lunar surface late that night.

Then the rover took a "nap" as the solar radiation raised the temperature on the lunar surface to over 100 degrees centigrade. It restarted to work on Thursday.

The lander, the rover and the relay satellite are in good condition, said the CNSA.

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China/Space-Chang'e-4 Probe/Panoramic Photos

Chang'e-4 probe takes panoramic photos on moon's far side

Dateline : March 14,2018

Location : Beijing,China In Space

Duration : 1'35

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In Space - Jan 11, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. Various of panoramic photos of lunar surface

Beijing, China - Jan 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
2. Engineers monitoring landing of Chang'e-4 probe at Beijing Aerospace Control Center
3. Various of screen showing movement, landing of Chang'e-4 probe

In Space - Jan 3, 2019 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
4. Various of animation showing Chang'e-4 probe landing
5. Various of animation showing rover, lander, antenna on moon surface
6. Various of images of moon surface taken by Chang'e-4 probe


China's Chang'e-4 probe took panoramic photos on the lunar surface after it successfully made the first ever soft-landing on the far side of the moon.

The China National Space Administration (CNSA) Friday released the 360-degree panoramic photos taken by a camera installed on the top of the lander.

The images were sent back via the relay satellite Queqiao, which was operating around the second Lagrangian point of the earth-moon system, about 455,000 km from the earth, where it can see both the earth and the moon's far side.

Scientists have made a preliminary analysis on the terrains and landform surrounding the probe according to the panoramic pictures.

Chang'e-4 probe touched down on the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken Basin on the morning of January 3, and the lunar rover Yutu-2 drove onto the lunar surface late that night.

Then the rover took a "nap" as the solar radiation raised the temperature on the lunar surface to over 100 degrees centigrade. It restarted to work on Thursday.

The lander, the rover and the relay satellite are in good condition, said the CNSA.

ID : 8100340

Published : 2019-01-11 11:30

Last Modified : 2019-01-11 21:03:00

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

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