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[PS] Change-4 may have discovered material from the Moons mantle

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Default [PS] Change-4 may have discovered material from the Moons mantle

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Change-4 may have discovered material from the Moons mantle

Posted: 15 May 2019 01:09 PM PDT

The first science results from the unprecedented Chang’e-4 lunar far side
mission are in. The mission’s Yutu-2 rover, deployed from the lander
shortly after the Chang’e-4 landing on 3 January, has, with the help of the
Queqiao relay satellite, returned data which suggests it has discovered
material derived from the Moon’s mantle.

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