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Friday, March 7, 2014

MOON: UNDENIABLE ALIEN BASES IN HD from CHINA'S MOON ROVER (VIDEO)

   China's first lunar rover deployed successfully from the unmanned spacecraft Chang'e-3 that landed on the moon Saturday Dec. 14, 2013, at about 8:11 a.m. EST (1311 GMT).


   It is the first soft-landing on the moon by any spacecraft in 37 years. 
Jade Rabbit (called Yutu in Chinese) is a six-wheeled lunar rover equipped with at least four cameras and two mechanical legs that can dig up soil samples to a depth of 30 meters.
   The solar-powered rover will patrol the moon's surface, studying the structure of the lunar crust as well as soil and rocks, for at least three months. The robot's name was decided by a public online poll and comes from a Chinese myth about the pet white rabbit of a goddess, Chang'e, who is said to live on the moon.
   Weighing 140 kilograms, the slow-moving rover carries an optical telescope for astronomical observations and a powerful ultraviolet camera that will monitor how solar activity affects the various layers -- troposphere, stratosphere and ionosphere -- that make up the Earth's atmosphere, China's information technology ministry said in a statement.
   The Jade Rabbit is also equipped with radioisotope heater units, allowing it to function during the cold lunar nights when temperatures plunge as low as -180°C (-292°F).

   The moon exploration makes China one of only three nations -- after the United States and the former Soviet Union -- to "soft-land" on the moon's surface, and the first to do so in more than three decades.
   China has rapidly built up its space program since it first sent an astronaut into space in 2003. In 2012, the country conducted 18 space launches, according to the Pentagon.
   The Chang'e-3 mission constitutes the second phase of China's moon exploration program, which includes orbiting, landing and returning to Earth.

   In 2010, China captured images of the landing site for the 2013 probe, the Bay of Rainbows, which is considered to be one of the most picturesque parts of the moon.

   Still, some images from the landing show strange buildings and structures...
   January 10/2014 - Structures, pyramids, triangular light formations and more are uncovered in China's new moon rover landing footage. 
   Check it out!

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