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Here we go again somebody is pulling our leg. Has this spacecraft really landed 6 kilometres below the surface of mars in a very deep crater.

From GIZMODO 'See The First Panorama Of The Far Side Of The Moon, Captured By China's Chang'e 4 Lander

George Dvorsky
Jan 14, 2019, 3:30pm
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"Ironically enough, Chang’e 4 landed inside a crater — the Von Karman Carter within the South Pole-Aitken basin, one of the largest documented impact craters in the Solar System. The lander and rover are currently 6000m below the Moon’s sea level, so to speak. Or if you like technical terms, below the common equipotential surface."

Lucky it is on the far side of the moon or someone may check????


Edit; I take the above back there is a reason they have chosen the location and if they are there then that is terrific.<[qz.com] >



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 18-Jan-19 05:56 by molder.

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