Japan Moon Probe Survives Extremely Cold Lunar Night, Is Put to Sleep Again - JAXA

Japan Moon Probe Survives Extremely Cold Lunar Night, Is Put to Sleep Again – JAXA

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“During this operation, we mainly checked the status of several instruments by turning on switches and applying loads,” JAXA said on social media platform X.

“Although there are some glitches in some of the MBC's functions, it still works, so we are carefully checking its condition,” it said, referring to the multi-band camera used to examine moon rocks. Are.”

Some types of rocks around the Moon's craters are thought to contain material extracted from its mantle, which may provide clues to how the Moon formed.

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