The first rover to visit the far side of the moon, China’s Yutu-2, has found stark differences between there and the near side, New Scientist reported.
These include stickier, more supportive soil on the far side and a greater abundance of rocks and impact craters. The soil also appeared to more readily stick to the rover’s six wheels.
Read the full report: New Scientist.
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