The NASA Lunar Investigation Institute has noticed the Chinese Chinese Changer 4 and the ribbon on the other side of the moon as the Chinese robots explore the crater floor Von Kármán. 19659003] LRO made a series of Chang's photos from different angles of view and the most detailed view was shot on February 1 when the orbit floats at a height of about 51 miles (82 kilometers) according to updated information from Mark Robinson , chief investigator of the moon camera for orbiting investigation, or LROC, at Arizona State University.
Chang's 4 landed on the Moon on January 3, stopping on a soft touchdown on the crater floor Von Kármán, the 110-kilometer crater in the southern hemisphere on the far side of the moon. The Chinese ship became the first spacecraft to reach a controlled landing on the lunar, remote country that never faces the Earth.
A special communications satellite launched by China last year transmitted signals between Earth and Chang # 4.
Chang's mission 4 includes a fixed mobile and mobile router, each carrying cameras and scientific tools. The two vehicles were built as spare parts for the Chinese mission Chang # 3, which was the first Chinese moon that touched the near side of the moon in December 2013
Chinese officials redirected Changes 4 with new scientific instruments and sent it to the far side of the moon.
In the February 1 LRO image, Yutu 2 is visible at about 29 meters from the port of Chang.
Previous LRO A picture taken on January 30 showed Chang's cab 4 from a more skewed view, providing a spectacular context of Von Kármán craft's craft location, which was marked with a number of smaller craters created by the subsequent asteroids.