Chang'e 2 Spacecraft's Full Moon Map. Panorama from Chang'e 4 lunar (CNSA/CLEP) Part of the panorama is cropped below to show the Yutu 2 rover on its own.
(CNSA/CLEP) Sleuthing Chinese moon-landing sites from space. This preliminary result would indicate that the reflectance changes are approximately the same across all landing sites, includ-ing the Chang'e 3 site. Initially, China did not say where Chang'e 4 had landed. 3. Close. China first in-situ lunar dust experiment is performed by a lunar dust detector in Chang’E-3 mission. Is the lor a hoax too along with Japan’s SELENE lunar orbiter, India’s Chandrayaan-1 and China’s Chang'e 2? The Chang'e-4 mission has gotten around this problem with a relay satellite.
China Ministry of National Defense/Liberation Army Daily/Zhang Xiaoqi . Lunar reconnaissance orbiter picture of the Apollo 12 landing site. Yutu 2 rover investigating a small crater. The similarities in the magnitude of increased re-flectance between the Chang'e 3 landing site and the
The existed dust (less than 20 µm in diameter) properties, such as levitation, transportation and adhesion, are critical constraints for future lunar exploration program and even manned lunar exploration. Chang'e 2 was built as a ground spare for Chang'e 1, in case the first mission failed. Exploring the Moon: China's Chang'e missions In less than 15 years, China has managed to establish itself as a major player in space exploration, largely due to a series of successful lunar missions. Apollo, ~12% for Luna, and ~15% for Surveyor when normalized to 45° phase angle . …