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Chang'e-4 Lander from a Distance

Chang'e-4 Lander from a Distance

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Chang'e-4 Lander from a Distance
This photo of the Chang’e-4 lander on the lunar farside was taken by the Yutu-2 rover on 8 February 2019, early in the mission’s second lunar day. The rover had already driven more than 50 meters northwest of the lander. Its tracks are visible near the lander, which sits on the sloping rim of a subdued crater.

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