Japanese crew of the ChangA4 non-spacecraft, landed on the moon on January 4, was cold than expected, according to the Chinese Space Agency.
The moon temperature was below 190 degrees on the moon on the first moon, and scientists did not expect the heat to recover. These temperatures are lower than those collected by US vehicles in previous missions. Previous missions investigated the surface of the surface of the Moon, and Chang's # 4 was always hidden in secret terrain.
The agency announced that the surface area of the apparent aspect of the land and its hidden sides are different from the temperature difference.