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China sends a lunar rover to explore odd ‘hut’ on the far side of the moon

A Chinese lunar rover has been sent determined to explore a mysterious cube-shaped object spotted on the dark side of the moon.

The unusual white object shows up strangely geometric against the stark black horizon in pictures and incited researchers from China’s Change 4 mission to send its Yutu 2 rover on a 2-multi month journey to look at, as per Our Space.

China’s National Space Administration (CNSA) depicts the object as a “mysterious hut.”

The association likewise joked that the object could be a home worked by outsiders following an accident landing in the Von Kármán crater in the South Pole-Aitken Basin where the rover has been exploring since January 2019.

There seems, by all accounts, to be a small “baby” impact crater right alongside the object.

Upon its revelation, researchers couldn’t hold back to send the rover to explore further, a months-long attempt other than just being around 262 feet away.

In July 2019, Yutu 2 made another remarkable revelation when it saw as an unusual, bright “gel-like” substance “with a mysterious luster.” The substance has not been clarified.

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