This is the first lunar lander in the country’s history. It is preparing for its landing on the surface of our satellite.
Japanese lander Hakuto-R has sent back to Earth a stunning new image of the lunar surface. Space writes about it.
Hakuto-R arrived in lunar orbit on March 20th. On March 27, the development company showed a photo showing lunar impact craters brightly lit by the Sun’s light against the backdrop of black space.
The image also shows partially obscured craters and other features on the Moon’s surface.
This image was taken by Hakuto-R using a special camera mounted on the lander.
surface of the moon
Recall that earlier an international group of scientists compiled a new water map of the south pole of the moon.
The most detailed images ever taken from the surface of the moon
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