6 February 2019
On 30 January, “NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) approached the Von Kármán crater from the east, it rolled 70 degrees to the west to snap this spectacular view looking across the floor toward the west wall. Because LRO was 330 kilometers (205 miles) to the east of the landing site, the Chang'e 4 lander is only about two pixels across (bright spot between the two arrows), and the small rover is not detectable.”
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also compare the story by Mike Wall on Space.com
NASA Probe Spots China's Chang'e 4 Lander on Far Side of the Moon (Photo)