21 December 2019
Chang'e 4 lander and Yutu 2 rover have resumed work for the 13th lunar day after laying dormant during the 12th lunar night, according to the Lunar Exploration and Space Programme Centre of the China National Space Administration. The lander woke up at 5:14 h BJT on 21 December, and the rover awoke at 18:43 h BJT on 20 December. Both are in normal working conditions. The rover has driven more than 345 m on the far side of the Moon to explore the territory.
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