Explore the largest of the known to mankind a lunar crater went robotic lander and a moon Rover, Chinese space mission “Chang’e-4”. The diameter of the unexplored basin called the South pole-Aitken is about 2,400 kilometers, and the depth is 12 kilometers.
Start of the spacecraft took place on Friday 7 December, 18:30 GMT, reports the Guardian.
Under the assumptions of the researcher from the University of Manchester Catherine joy, on the dark side of the moon, you can find valuable and rich deposits of rocks that are not already open part.
“Impact crater cut a huge hole in the lunar crust and possibly the lunar mantle. According to forecasts, he opened a review of the rocks that we normally find on the surface of the moon”. Catherine Joy
If the landing succeeds, the probe for some time in lunar orbit and then land on the surface of the moon.
According to scientists this should take place in the first week of January. The plans of the Chinese to send to the only natural satellite of the Earth more tons of equipment.
Managers will not be able to communicate with the spacecraft directly. “Chang’e-4” will send the message to the satellite Agency Queqiao, which is on the “halo-orbit”, on the visible side of the moon.
We will remindthat the employee of NASA, biophysicist Silvano Colombano has presented his research in which he put forward assumptions about searches of aliens in the framework of the SETI project.
It should be noted that this work is just a few days became a sensation. Naturally, she became popular thanks to the efforts of the large established media. The media immediately saw in the study the scientist’s statement that aliens have gostevali on Earth.
As reported “Znayu” the Russians were going to expose US to the moon.
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Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.