1. Chang'E-4 initial spectroscopic identification of lunar far-side mantle-derived materials  Nature.com
  2. Chang'e-4: Chinese rover 'confirms' Moon crater theory  BBC News
  3. China's Lunar Mission Has Found Mantle Material on the Far Side of the Moon  Gizmodo
  4. China's Moon Lander Just Revealed a Secret on the Far Side of the Moon  Live Science
  5. China's lunar rover may have found minerals from the moon's mantle  Science News
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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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A lunar lander named for the Chinese goddess of the moon may have lessened the mystery of the far side of the moon. The fourth Chang'E probe (CE-4) was the first mission to land on the far side of the ...

China's Chang'E 4 mission discovers new 'secrets' from the far side of the moon

China's far-side moon rover Yutu 2 has woken up from its nap as planned, according to Chinese media reports.

Chinese Rover Wakes Up on Moon's Far Side After Lunar Nap | Space

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

The Chang’e-4 mission appears to have found material excavated from a frozen magma ocean far below the lunar surfaceThe Chang’e-4 mission appears to have found material excavated from a frozen magma ocean far below the lunar surface

From the Lunar Far Side, China's Rover Reveals Moon's Hidden Depths - Scientific American

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