24 September 2019
The lander of the Chang'e 4 probe and the Yutu 2 rover have resumed work for the 10th lunar day on the far side of the Moon after "sleeping" during the 9th lunar night. The Chang'e 4 lander woke up at 20:26 BJT on 23 September, and the rover awoke one day earlier at 20:30 h on 22 September (Beijing Time). Both are in normal working condition, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Programme Center of the China National Space Administration (CNSA). Yutu 2 rover has traversed so far about 285 m.
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