Wednesday / 10 September 2014

Lunar Day 10: Chang’e-3 Lander Operating Nominally, Immobile Rover Still Interactive


140-kg Yutu Rover Starting 10th Lunar Day With All 4 Payloads – Panoramic Camera, Lunar Radar, Infrared Imaging Spectrometer, Particle Excitation X-Ray Spectrometer – Operating Nominally According To Chief Designer Of China Lunar Exploration Program Wu Weiren; Rover Has Outlasted Designed Service Life By 7 Months; New Lunar Panorama Taken By Yutu Rover Released To Public; Chang’e-3 Lander With Lunar Ultraviolet Telescope Also Operating Normally

Image Credit: CCTV, Xinhua