China lunar exploration project unveils latest high-definition photos of moon on Google Drive

China’s lunar exploration project released scientific data from the five scientific payloads on the Lander 4 and the Jade Rabbit 2 during the 1st to December day, totaling 17,239 data files and total data of 20.9GB. Both the lander and Jade Rabbit II are equipped with cameras, and the latest release series of high-definition photos of the lunar surface, where photos taken by the topographical camera have been converted to PNG format and posted on Google Drive.

The Chang’e-4 landed on the back of the moon on January 3, 2019, and has been on the moon for a full year, with jade rabbit-2 traveling at a distance of about 350 meters.

This year, China will launch the Chang’e-5, which will collect lunar samples and send them back to Earth.                     

China lunar exploration project unveils latest high-definition photos of moon on Google Drive