What is on Dark Side of the Moon?
Capturing the dark side The ‘dark side’ of the Moon refers to the hemisphere of the Moon that is facing away from the Earth. In reality it is no darker than any other part of the Moon’s surface as sunlight does in fact fall equally on all sides of the Moon.
Did China send a drone to the moon?
Chang’e 4, which includes a lander and rover, was launched on 7 December 2018 and landed on 3 January 2019 on the South Pole-Aitken Basin, on the far side of the Moon….Chinese Lunar Exploration Program.
|Organization||China National Space Administration (CNSA)|
|Purpose||Robotic Moon missions|
|Duration||2004 – present|
Did China land a rover on the moon?
Yutu (Chinese: 玉兔; pinyin: Yùtù; lit. Jade Rabbit) was a robotic lunar rover that formed part of the Chinese Chang’e 3 mission to the Moon. It was launched at 17:30 UTC on 1 December 2013, and reached the Moon’s surface on 14 December 2013….Yutu (rover)
|Mission type||Lunar rover|
Are there pictures of the far side of the Moon from China?
China ‘s space agency has released a huge batch of stunning images from the far side of the moon, revealing the beauty of the mysterious terrain. The high-resolution images were released on the agency’s dedicated website and were enhanced by a NASA expert.
Who are the people on the MH370 plane?
He said that Pouria’s mother had been calling from Hamburg ever since MH370 vanished, asking how her son was during his brief stay in Malaysia. Dr Yuchen Li recently finished his doctoral engineering degree from Cambridge University. The university confirmed that he had recently begun working in a prominent “geotechnical position” in Beijing.
Are there aliens on the Moon in China?
The photo below is similar to many that I myself have seen. It appears that the Chinese who took the photo, have confirmed that aliens exist. The Chinese have probably been in contact with these aliens already.
What was the name of the Chinese moon satellite?
Yutu-2 is so labelled because it is the successor to Yutu-1 which was deployed from the Chang’e-3 mission earlier this decade. Queqiao is the relay satellite and translates to Magpie Bridge. This name also stems from Ancient Chinese mythology.