China's rover Yutu-2 leaves the Chang'e 4 lander and ventures across the far side of the moon to begin analysing rock samples. The mothership’s mission to scan for radio waves is just beginning. Photo: Reuters

Listening to the Big Bang: China’s lunar lander tunes in to ancient radio signals from across universe

  • Chang’e 4 uses its unique position on the ‘quiet’ side of the moon to seek out energy emissions that originated at the time the universe was born
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China's rover Yutu-2 leaves the Chang'e 4 lander and ventures across the far side of the moon to begin analysing rock samples. The mothership’s mission to scan for radio waves is just beginning. Photo: Reuters
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