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China’s Yutu 2 rover on the Moon has seen a mysterious object in a remote area. This object has been seen near the far side of the Moon, the Von Karman crater. This mysterious figure is visible far away from the rover and its shape is square. Chinese scientists have started searching for this mysterious figure.
China revealed in Yutu 2 diary
This incident has been told in the Yutu 2 diary, published on the Chinese science channel Our Space, working with China’s space agency National Space Administration (CNSA). The diary said that Yutu 2 saw a cube-shaped object on the horizon to the north of the Moon. The object was about 260 feet (80 m) away during the mission’s 36th lunar day in November.
Scientists named mysterious hut
Inferior Space said that we named the object the “mysterious hut” (Shenmei Jiaowu)). The name is symbolic, as we do not know what it is. Scientists associated with the Yutu-2 mission have also expressed surprise at this mysterious object. He said that in the next 2-3 lunar days, we will try to take this rover out of the crater and take it closer to that mysterious object. With this we can get a closer picture of this cube-shaped object.
of stone Huge likely to be piece
Many experts claim that this mysterious figure could be a huge piece of stone. However, this mystery can be revealed only after getting closer to the rover. The solar-powered Yutu 2 and Chang’e 4 lander had landed on the far side of the Moon on January 3, 2019. Out of this, Yutu-2 is investigating the 186 km von Karmann crater on the Moon.
Many missions of China active on the surface of the moon
Two Chinese missions are already present on the surface of the moon. In this, a spacecraft named Cheng-E-3 reached the surface of the moon in 2013. Whereas in January 2019, Chang-e-4 landed on the lunar surface with lander and Yutu-2 rover. It is being told that these missions are still active.