China's Lunar Probe Yutu 2 (玉兔二号) Sends Panoramic Image Of Moon's Far Side
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 记 者从国家航天局获悉,截至1月11日8时,嫦娥四号着陆器、玉兔二号巡视器和“鹊桥”中继星状态稳定,各项工作按计划实施。着陆器上配置的地形地貌相机完 成了环拍,科研人员根据“鹊桥”中继星传回的数据,制作了清晰的环拍影像图。科研人员根据降落相机拍摄的影像图,完成了着陆点周围月面地形地貌的初步分 析。

Beijing:

China's lunar probe has sent the first panoramic image of its landing site since its historic arrival on the far side of the moon, showing the cratered landscape it is exploring.

The Chang'e-4 mission -- named after a moon goddess -- made the world's first soft landing on the moon's far side on January 3, a major step in China's ambitions to become a space superpower.

A rover dubbed Yutu-2 -- the name of the moon goddess's pet, the 'Jade Rabbit' -- successfully separated from the lander and drove onto the moon's surface Thursday.

A camera deployed on Chang'e-4 took a photo that was released by the China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Friday.

The picture shows the grey moonscape, the lander and the rover with the track marks it left behind. The image is a circular, 360-degree shot, which scientists used to create another wide panoramic picture.

"Researchers have completed the preliminary analysis of the lunar surface topography around the landing site based on the image taken by the landing camera," the CNSA said in a statement......

https://www.ndtv.com/science/chinas-luna...de-1976225
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according to exbabutt, must be fake lah, photoshop.
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11-1-2019 5:18 PM
WhatDoYouThink said:
according to exbabutt, must be fake lah, photoshop.


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No aliens?
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11-1-2019 5:18 PM
WhatDoYouThink said:
according to exbabutt, must be fake lah, photoshop.

actually even if real cannot proof oso, no 1 has been there before
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11-1-2019 6:16 PM
ag88 said:
actually even if real cannot proof oso, no 1 has been there before
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Ya lor! We also don't know whether you are real or not! No one here can prove that you are real! Laughing
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11-1-2019 6:16 PM
ag88 said:
actually even if real cannot proof oso, no 1 has been there before
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If you think all of them are fake, the world we live in is also fake, we are all cheated by our eyes. Laughing

Apollo moonlanding failed to explain how the spacecraft took off from the moon in detail, although gravity on the Moon is so much smaller, it needs 30% power of the rocket that sent them up on and it needs 1/3 of fuel to make it happen, where was the additional fuel? so heavy where did it store? how did it take off on its own without a rocket and among the 6 landing, none of the taking off failed. Neil Armstrong did mention they only have fuel for 30 secs before landing on moon.

Who took the footage when the spacecraft took off from the moon, somemore the camera lens can auto change angle on its own when it flew higher, so intelligent the video camera was in year 1969? Maybe they left a cameraman behind. Laughing

Lastly when they returned to earth, the angle of entering the atmosphere is very critical, slightly mistake could cause disaster, yet none of the 6 Apollo teams failed, after the astronauts landed in the ocean, despite they had stayed in the moon for days, they could climb out on their own and even took off their uniform by themselves, how possible it was, really amazing. 058
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yalor. in the 60's, cpu were still very primitive, maybe only 4 bits or 8 bits, memory very small, the computers were very bulky. how to do such sophisticated tasks?
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11-1-2019 7:19 PM
WhatDoYouThink said:
yalor. in the 60's, cpu were still very primitive, maybe only 4 bits or 8 bits, memory very small, the computers were very bulky. how to do such sophisticated tasks?

But now they say they can’t as they lost the technology. 245
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NASA refused to share moonlanding technology with China and also dunt allow China to use ISS station or provide training to Chinese astronauts.
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