China's unmanned Chinese spacecraft ChangA4, which landed on the moon on January 4, faced a cooler night than expected, according to the China Space Agency.
The moon's temperature dropped to 190 degrees below zero on its first night on the moon, and scientists did not expect heat to fall. These temperatures are lower than those recorded by US vehicles in previous missions. This may be because previous missions explored the moon's moon surface, while Chang & # 4 and landed on the hidden side, which is always blocked from the ground.
The agency predicted that the difference in the nature of the surface between the apparent side of the earth and the hidden side is the reason for this temperature difference.