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China is investigating the mysterious hut on the far side of the Moon

Wednesday, December 8, 2021 16:30 PM (GMT+7)

China’s Yutu 2 rover has discovered what Chinese researchers call a “mysterious hut” on the far side of the Moon.

The “mysterious hut” on the far side of the Moon was captured by China’s Yutu2 rover.

The Yutu 2 rover (meaning “Jewel Rabbit” in Chinese) captured a blurry image of the cuboid as it passed by the Moon’s Von Kármán crater.

Yutu 2 discovered the “mysterious hut” about 80 meters away during the lunar approach program of the National Space Administration of China. It is a strange anomaly that an object protrudes above the uniform horizon and has a small crater beside it.

“Is it a house built by aliens after the landing?. Or is this the pioneer spacecraft of the predecessors to explore the Moon?” China’s space researchers joked.

This mysterious object could be one of many large rocks of the Moon, which could have been lifted from below the Moon’s surface by a collision event, the scientists reasoned.

Scientists won’t know for sure, however, but will have to wait for the rover to take a closer look, which they hope will take two to three months.

The Yutu2 rover was launched from China’s Chang’e 4 lunar lander after it successfully completed its first soft landing on the far side of the Moon, in January 2019.

Passing the 186 km wide Von Kármán crater, the rover carefully explored the far side of the Moon for 37 days. During that time, the rover detailed scans beneath the Moon’s surface and even discovered a mysterious “gel-like” substance, which scientists think moon rock melted into water. planet by the impact of an asteroid.

Chang’e 4 is China’s fourth mission to the Moon and the second to land a rover on the Moon’s surface. China also landed its Zhurong rover on Mars this year and is currently building the Tiangong space station, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2022. China has also announced it will establish a space station. lunar research station on the Moon’s south pole in 2029.


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