China Goes to the Moon and Ultima Thule

Robert Mangino
Friday, January 4th
Ralph Crewe the Program Development Coordinator at the Carnegie Science Center joined Robert Mangino to talk about China deciding to go to the moon.  He tells Mangino that this is the first time a human rover has landed on the dark side of the moon, which should actually be called the far side of the moon because it isn’t actually dark.  They also talked about Ultima Thule, which looks like a two snowball snowman and how it was found.