China has found something strange and very strange on the opposite side of the moon, with its Yutu-2 rover opening a tiny crater on the moon with material of unusual color and texture.
The discovery was discussed in a new book published by Kienz researchers at the Chinese-language site Our Space. The discovery was almost coincidental, with the Yutu-2 motorcycle scheduled to power up on a moonlit night in late July, but then something strange was noticed.
The team noticed a crater near Utah -2 on the image rendering of " strange-looking substance ", causing the team to scan it with a Yutu-2 optical and near-infrared spectrometer. Yet they had no idea what they were looking at, other than to report the material is " gel-like " and not a color seen on the moon's surface.
Scientists are left scratching their heads over the discovery, as only they can say it's "like gel "and has an" unusual color ". External researchers said that a glass of asteroid could hit the moon, but we don't know for sure.
Utah-2 is about to cope with its 9th day on the moon, so if it finds something remarkable … ah, I'm sure the Chinese government wouldn't hide it from the world for sure. Whatever that substance is, it shouldn't have been too important if the world was aware of it.
Maybe these are just some alien buggers or something.