TECH China's Chang'e-4 moon lander awakens for third sunrise on Moon

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China's Chang'e-4 moon lander awakens for third sunrise on Moon

CGTN

06:47, March 02, 2019

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Chang'e-4, China's latest moon lander, awoke from a three-week hibernation at 7:52 BJT on Friday. The lander is now back to normal conditions and will continue its scientific exploration activities, according to a CCTV report. 

The moon rover Yutu-2 also woke up earlier on February 28 and is functioning normally.


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