1. China's lunar rover makes unexpected discovery on far side of the moon  CNET
  2. Chang'e-4: Chinese rover 'confirms' Moon crater theory  BBC News
  3. China's Moon Lander Just Revealed a Secret on the Far Side of the Moon  Live Science
  4. What Lies Below the Moon's Crust? China's Yutu-2 Rover May Be the First to Find Out.  Space.com
  5. China's Rover Collects First-Ever Samples From Under Lunar Crust  Futurism
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Studying the South Pole-Aitken basin reveals the secrets of the lunar mantle.Studying the South Pole-Aitken basin reveals the secrets of the lunar mantle.

China's lunar rover makes unexpected discovery on far side of the moon - CNET

The Chinese Chang'e-4 rover may have confirmed a longstanding idea about the origin of a vast crater on the Moon's far side.The Chinese Chang'e-4 rover may have confirmed a longstanding idea about the origin of a vast crater on the Moon's far side.

Chang'e-4: Chinese rover 'confirms' Moon crater theory - BBC News

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Yutu’s discovery of olivine helps pave the way for scientists to confirm existence of a mantle beneath satellite’s crust.Yutu’s discovery of olivine helps pave the way for scientists to confirm existence of a mantle beneath satellite’s crust.

The first rover on the far side of the moon may have discovered the first samples from the moon's mantle, released from the lunar interior by a giant, ancient cosmic impact, a new study finds.It may have discovered a sample of the moon's rocky mantle.

What Lies Below the Moon's Crust? China's Yutu-2 Rover May Be the First to Find Out. | Space

There's a lot we don't know about our Moon, and China's new rover may have just dug up some keys to unlocking the mystery.There's a lot we don't know about our Moon, and China's new rover may have just dug up some keys to unlocking the mystery.

Chinese Rover Discovers Strange New Moon Rocks That May Tell Us About Our Moon's Origins - Nerdist

Chinese Rover Discovers Strange New Moon Rocks That May Tell Us About Our Moon's Origins - Nerdist

China's lunar rover just analyzed samples of the Moon's mantle, revealing new information about how the Moon may have formed.China's lunar rover just analyzed samples of the Moon's mantle, revealing new information about how the Moon may have formed.

China's lunar rover just analyzed samples of the Moon's mantle, revealing new information about how the Moon may have formed.

China's Rover Collects First-Ever Samples From Under Lunar Crust

CHINA’s Chang’e-4 mission has revealed lunar secrets from the far side of the moon in a new study.CHINA’s Chang’e-4 mission has revealed lunar secrets from the far side of the moon in a new study.

Moon NASA space news: China’s Chang’e-4 mission uncovers lunar secrets of Moon's far side | Science | News | Express.co.uk

Scientists have said they could be a step closer to solving the riddle behind the Moon's formation, unveiling the most detailed survey yet of the far side of Earth's satellite.Scientists have said they could be a step closer to solving the riddle behind the Moon's formation, unveiling the most detailed survey yet of the far side of Earth's satellite.

Chinese Probe Close to Solving Mystery Behind Moon's Formation | Technology News

The record-setting Chang’e-4 mission might have spotted minerals that would reveal long-held secrets about the moon's origins.The record-setting Chang’e-4 mission might have spotted minerals that would reveal long-held secrets about the moon's origins.

Chinese rover finds strange rocks that may come from deep inside the moon

Chang’E-4 mission identifies possible rocks from deep below the surface. Andrew Masterson reports.Chang’E-4 mission identifies possible rocks from deep below the surface. Andrew Masterson reports.

Chinese lander offers clues to the inside of the moon | Cosmos

The Chang’e-4 mission spotted material on the lunar surface that appears to contain bits originating from the moon’s interior.The Chang’e-4 mission spotted material on the lunar surface that appears to contain bits originating from the moon’s interior.

China’s lunar rover may have found minerals from the moon’s mantle | Science News

Yutu 2, the Chinese rover that landed on the far side of the Moon earlier this year, just examined the first-ever samples of the Moon's mantle.Yutu 2, the Chinese rover that landed on the far side of the Moon earlier this year, just examined the first-ever samples of the Moon's mantle.

Scientists Just Unearthed Our First-Ever Glimpse of The Moon's Hidden Interior

Unlike the near side of the moon that always faces the Earth and offers many flat areas to touch down on, the far side is mountainous and rugged.Unlike the near side of the moon that always faces the Earth and offers many flat areas to touch down on, the far side is mountainous and rugged.

What Lies at Far Side of Lunar Surface? Chinese Probe Reveals Secrets Behind Moon Formation - News18

LetterInitial spectral observations by China’s Chang’E-4 far-side lunar rover suggest the presence of materials that may originate from the Moon’s mantle.

Chang’E-4 initial spectroscopic identification of lunar far-side mantle-derived materials | Nature

BEIJING, May 16 — Scientists yesterday said they could be a step closer to solving the riddle behind the Moon’s formation, unveiling the most detailed survey yet of the far side of Earth’s satellite. In January, the Chinese spacecraft Chang’e-4 — named after the moon goddess in Chinese...BEIJING, May 16 — Scientists yesterday said they could be a step closer to solving the riddle behind the Moon’s formation, unveiling the most detailed survey yet of the far side of Earth’s satellite. In January, the Chinese spacecraft Chang’e-4 — named after the moon goddess in Chinese...

Chinese probe reveals secrets of Moon’s dark side | Life | Malay Mail

China’s Yutu-2 rover has finally discovered lunar dirt that researchers think originated deep underground in the Moon’s mantle.China’s Yutu-2 rover has finally discovered lunar dirt that researchers think originated deep underground in the Moon’s mantle.

China's rover finds ancient rocks in Moon's biggest crater | Astronomy.com