The Chinese router, Yutu-2, is located in a huge crater named Von Karman on the far side of the Moon and confirms the ideas of its origin. The results of the mission will help solve long-standing mysteries about the formation and evolution of the moon. Patrick Pinet of the IRAP said the findings were "exciting". He told the BBC: "They could have significant consequences for characterizing the composition of the top mantle of the moon." It is of utmost importance to make progress on unpacking the geology of the lunar distant country, expanding our fundamental knowledge about the formation of the moon and the origin of asymmetry of the earth's crust that exists between nearby and distant lands and preparing future missions for returning a pattern.
China's mission is the first time a unmanned lunar gatherer has contacted the so-called "dark side of the moon," the feat of NASA's space agency, which has not yet been achieved.
Where the Chinese probe was unloaded was created by an asteroid stroke billions of years ago.
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scientists have discovered that the impact is so great that it has pierced the bark of the moon, revealing the lower layer of the moon mantle , the BBC said.
Researchers are trying to figure out what is made of the mantle that lies between the earth's crust and the core.
Astronomers believe the opening of magma covers the surface of the moon in early history, which means that the minerals would rise to the top. Professor Li Chunlai wrote in the study published in Nature: "Understanding the composition of the lunar fireplace is critical to testing whether a magma ocean ever existed as postulated."
"He also helps advance our understanding of the thermal and magmatic Evolution of
Data from the data collected from the Rover showed traces of Olivine on both the bark and the moon mantle.
Researchers are considering the possibility of revitalization.
However, they say that more material needs to be gathered to confirm these early interpretations.