04 July 2019
Longjiang 2, the microsatellite developed by the Harbin Institute of Technology and which is now orbiting the Moon, took photos of Earth during the solar eclipse in the early hours of 03 July (Beijing time). The microsatellite was sent into space on 21 May 2018 together with the relay satellite Queqiao, Chang'e 4 lunar probe's relay satellite and entered lunar orbit four days later. The research team from the Harbin Institute of Technology cooperated with amateur radio operators in Spain and Germany in taking and receiving the photos. Four pictures taken by the microsatellite during the solar eclipse have been sent back to Earth on 03 July.
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for the photo taken by Longjiang 2 - see here: https://ourplnt.com/solar-eclipse-seen-moon/
or here:
https://www.cnet.com/news/see-the-2019-solar-eclipse-from-earth-orbit-and-even-the-moon/