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yuturoverrevealssubsurfacestructureofthemoon
Ping Jinsong
2015
Source Publicationsciencechinaphysicsmechanicsastronomy
ISSN1674-7348
Volume58Issue:8Pages:089503
AbstractChinese lunar mission Chang'E-3 is the latest in-situ exploration to the Moon after the Apollo and Luna missions finished 40 years ago. It is composed of a lander and a rover (Yutu: named after the jade rabbit on the Moon in a Chinese fairy tale). Yutu rover is equipped with several scientific instruments including a lunar penetrating radar (LPR), whose measurement has never been carried out on a rover. After integrating the LPR data with other in-situ and geological informations, Xiao et al. 1 discovered several subsurface layers in northern Mare Imbrium, which reveals a much more complex geological history than previous thought.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.bao.ac.cn/handle/114a11/47422
Collection中国科学院国家天文台
Affiliation中国科学院国家天文台
First Author AffilicationNational Astronomical Observatories, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Ping Jinsong. yuturoverrevealssubsurfacestructureofthemoon[J]. sciencechinaphysicsmechanicsastronomy,2015,58(8):089503.
APA Ping Jinsong.(2015).yuturoverrevealssubsurfacestructureofthemoon.sciencechinaphysicsmechanicsastronomy,58(8),089503.
MLA Ping Jinsong."yuturoverrevealssubsurfacestructureofthemoon".sciencechinaphysicsmechanicsastronomy 58.8(2015):089503.
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