's scienti

fic payload is a "Lunar La

y fo▓r future manned


ions farth▓er afield."Stressing the difficulties of landing on the far side due to spacecraft controlling and signal relay, Wimmer-Schweingruber said that "the satellite is already in place. We▓'re orbiting the moon right now. It has worked well."Earlie▓r, China has already launched a relay satellite "Queqiao," tasked with transmitting signals between Chang'▓e-4 and ground control.Scientific tasks for ▓Chang'e-4 also include low-frequency radi

missions there, also the

o ▓astronomical observation, surveying the terrain and landforms, as well as detecting t▓he mineral composition and shallow lunar surface struct▓ure, according to the China National Space Administration (CNSA).COOPERATION OPPORTUNITIESWimmer▓-Schweingruber said he's been working with his Chine▓se counterparts for nearly two decades, and praised China for its increasing cooperation with international p▓artners.Apart from Chang'e-4, China has off