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von Kármán

[fȯn ′kär·män]
(fluid mechanics)
Kármán
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The lander released a rover, dubbed Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit), that will perform experiments in the Von Karman Crater.
Following its landing on the Von Karman Crater, which is located in the South Pole-Aitken Basin, the Chang'e-4 released the Yutu-2 (Jade Rabbit) rover that will perform experiments and (www.ibtimes.com/dark-side-moon-stunning-panoramic-photo-captured-chinas-change-4-2751723) gather data from the lunar surface.
The Chang'e-4 lander -- named after the moon goddess in Chinese mythology -- released a rover that will perform experiments in the Von Karman Crater, which is located in the South Pole-Aitken Basin.
La sonde a atterri dans le cratere Von Karman, situe dans le bassin Pole Sud-Aitken.
The Chang'e 4 mission, which is mainly scientific, will use its cameras and ground-penetrating radar to understand the composition of Von Karman crater.
Then the probe landed in the Von Karman Crater in the South Pole-Aitken Basin, the report said, adding that a camera on the probe took photos of the landing area during the descending process.
The rover will land in the 177km-wide Von Karman crater.
It is expected to land in the Von Karman crater, located on the back side of the moon.
Landing in the Von Karman Crater, the Chang'e lander and rover are carrying a plethora of scientific equipment.
The friction of the turbines imposed on the fast-flowing water results in the formation of von Karman vortex streets downstream of the turbines.
The third section is a very rich dish of papers, beginning with a fascinating examination of two important personalities: the Nazi-American rocketeer Rudolf Hermann, and Qian Xuesen (known more familiarly to American readers as Hsu-shen Tsien, a senior Caltech research colleague of the legendary Theodore von Karman), father of the PRC's rocketry and spaceflight program.