China's Yutu-2 moonlander has just returned new images of a strange substance found near a small crater on the other side of the moon.
Last month, the team behind the lunar rover claimed it had found a "colorful mysterious substance," as described in the Rover Journal, which claimed that "the shape and color of the material are significantly different from the surrounding lunar soil."
A new post released by the team over the weekend is new images of the weird substance – though unfortunately it's in the middle of a crater, making it harder to reach.
The images were taken from the Rover's obstacle avoidance camera, which makes sure the Rover does not hit anything. The red and green shapes in the above image are most likely reported artifacts of the rover's visible spectrometer and near-infrared spectrometer, Space.com .
Lunar Glass  So, what is it? The best guess we have so far is that it is a piece of lunar glass that formed during a meteor impact.
It is likely that the Chinese researchers will publish more images and spectrometer readings of the mysterious substance in the future. She has to wait – at least – for the sun to rise again to continue her investigation. And in about a week the time has come.
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