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Yutu-2 radar observation of the lunar regolith heterogeneity at the Chang'E-4 landing site
Astronomy and Astrophysics
Context. The lunar penetrating radar (LPR) carried by the Yutu-2 rover performed the first in situ measurement of the subsurface structure and physical properties of the subsurface materials on the far side of the Moon. It provides an unprecedented opportunity to study the formation and evolution of the lunar surface. Aims. This paper aims to quantitatively estimate the heterogeneity of the lunar regolith using the high-frequency Yutu-2 radar observation and constrain the modeling parametersdoi:10.1051/0004-6361/202142803 fatcat:ap4arsk7jzhhbpgc4hujm2wtra