When the robot rover ran to the far side of the moon… “Soil sticks well”

It turned out that the soil on the far side of the moon is sticky and sticks well to the soil on the front side, which is like a grain of sand. Researchers at Harbin Institute of Technology in China analyzed the data and movement scenes observed by the Chang’e 4 robot rover Yutu 2 (meaning jade rabbit), which is currently exploring the far side of the moon near the Antarctic, moving 600 m over the past two years. High viscosity for better bearing capacity, small arms


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