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NASA is full of crap and is well known for it.
Congratulations to China.
Wouldn't it be nice if this just became all about science and not just an expansion of unhealthy competition into another arena? If only . . .
Instead of buying stuff that says, made in China, it will be, made on the moon nowedit on 14-12-2013 by scotsdavy1 because: (no reason given)
LRO view of the landing site.
Does anyone know If the colours on the video is the real colours or is it a filter? It looks a little brown to me.
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Any bets that we will suddenly see a plethora of high resolution images that NASA was somehow unable to supply?
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I went to this site and zoomed in to the place marked on the image I linked to:
After a bit or re-orientation of the first image in the landing gif I got this:
Open to interpretation but...
Aleister here's an interesting instrument on the rover:
The rover carries a ground-penetrating radar on its underside, allowing for the first direct measurement of the structure and depth of the lunar soil down to a depth of 30 m (98 ft), and investigation of the lunar crust structure down to several hundred meters deep.
i'd say that's the most interesting instrument. likely to discover the most interesting things.edit on 15/12/13 by RoScoLaz because: (no reason given)