China’s moon orbiter, Chang’E 2, has also sent back its first pictures. Images were released October 10th by the China National Space Administration include the Bay of Rainbows Sinus Iridum, which is a candidate landing site for a lunar rover that the Chinese intend to launch in 2013.
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Click to view image: 'Rainbow Bay'
Click to view image: 'Dan Nie Er crater '
Click to view image: 'Rainbow Bay, the local three-dimensional landscape'
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