See Far Side Of The Moon In Amazing Panorama From China’s Chang’E 4 Lander

China’s space agency hopes the lander mission will tell us more about the moon’s history.

China’s historic Chang’e 4 lander touched down on the far side of the moon Jan. 2, the first time that has ever been accomplished, and on Friday we got our first ever 360-degree panoramic photo of the previously unexplored landscape.

See the full image below, and for a high-resolution version, visit the Chinese National Space Administration website here.

Right in the center, you can see the Yutu 2 (aka Jade Rabbit 2) rover slightly in the distance, which the Chang’e 4 released shortly after landing.