Li Chunlai, the Deputy Director of the National Astronomical Observatory of the Chinese Academy of Sciences says: “There are few gravels on the ground, meaning that the age of the place exposed here is rather ancient, and it is possible that some matters from the deep are cast here. We will conduct further studies on it.”
“The landing point of the Chang’e 4 probe is just in the middle of some small craters, equivalent to an altitude of about minus 5.935 meters (minus 19.47 feet).”
“The diameter of each crater is about 20 meters (65.61 feet), so it’s quite breathtaking.”
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