On 27 July 2020, the Ground Research and Application System of Chinese Lunar Exploration Project released some Chang'e 4 quick-view images of panoramic camera. The Chang'e 4 achieved humanity's first soft landing and in-site detection on the far side of the Moon, on 3 January 2019. Until now, the Rover (Yutu-2) survives over 500 days, and has already finished the 19th lunar day scientific exploration with traveling 463.26 meters on the moon's far side.
The Ground Research and Application System of the Chinese Lunar Exploration Project released quick-view images acquired by panoramic camera onboard Chang'e-4 Rover(Yutu-2) from the 1st to the 9th lunar day. A total of 27 images are released.Click here to get dataset
The Ground Research and Application System is one of five major systems of Chinese Lunar Exploration Project, it responsible for the lunar exploration data receiving, processing, managing and releasing. The GRAS Moon and Planetary data center provide data services and technical support.
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