Chinese Academy of Sciences / China National Space Administration / The Science and Application Center for Moon and Deepspace Exploration / Emily LakdawallaThe Chinese Lunar Exploration Program released photos of its first Moon landing to the public late last month.
The landing took place in 2013, when China set its rover, called Yutu (Chinese for "Jade Rabbit"), down in one of the largest craters in the solar system, Mare Imbrium.
The rover would later go on to make history, by setting the record for operating longer than any lunar rover before it.
Now, we can explore Mare Imbrium through the eyes of Yutu and its lander for the first time. Check out some of the photos below: