The picture indicates that the spacecraft and the relay satellite are both in good condition, CLEP said in the Weibo post. The Chang’e-4 lander took the picture after the Yutu lander woke up from a long “nap” since Jan. 4, shortly after it touched down. It took a break in order to avoid working under high temperatures, as the spacecraft landed during daytime in the Von Kármán crater, CLEP said (link in Chinese).

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