> Alain Fournier explained on 12/11/2021 :
>> You probably heard about the "Hut on the Moon" that China's Yutu 2 rover
>> has spotted. I don't think the hut itself is interesting but what I don't
>> understand is why the image provided by China is so blurry.
>> The hut is supposed to be about 80 m away. At that distance a hut should be
>> easy to see. Maybe the thing is very small and the image in the press
>> releases is a blow up of a small portion of the actual image. But then
>> calling it a hut would be a strange name for it. If it is really very
>> small, calling it a die would make more sense.
>> Then there is also the fact that they say that it will take 2-3 lunar days
>> (months) for the rover to get there. That would be an average speed of
>> about 5 cm per hour. I know rovers can be slow, but that is a little
>> So does anyone know at which speed Yutu 2 can roll and what resolution its
>> cameras have? Does anyone know that there has been some kind of error in
>> those news releases?
> I don't have the Yutu 2 specs, but consider that on November 08, 2020, from
> Sol 2933 to Sol 2936, Curiosity had driven a straight line distance of about
> 123.14 feet (37.53 meters), bringing the rover's total odometry for the
> mission to 14.47 miles (23.29 kilometers).
"On Sept. 12, 2021 (Sol 200) Perseverance drove 175.15m in a single sol
available for driving would allow. After an 8m segment to build the