This complete high-resolution map of the moon taken by China's Chang'e 2 lunar orbiter was unveiled on Feb. 6, 2012.
An artist's illustration of China's Chang'e moon probes, which are named after a goddess from Chinese mythology. China has launched two lunar orbiters to the moon (Chang'e 1 and Chang'e 2).
Chang'e 2's new full moon image is unveiled.
CPPCC National Committee members hold up a sign inscribed with the famous calligrapher Ouyang's characters representing "the moon."
Chang'e 2 spacecraft's orthographic projection diagram of the full moon.
Chang'e 2 spacecraft's cylindrical projection map of the full moon.
CCTV reporters at the scene reported on Chang'e 2's new moon image.
This graphic from the China Lunar Exploration Program shows the progress of China's Chang'e 2 moon probe from its lunar orbit out to the L2 Lagrange point 1.5 million km from Earth.
China's Chang'e 2 orbiter captured detailed imagery of the Bay of Rainbows, the proposed landing site for the country's first lunar lander.
This photo, taken by China's Chang'e 2 lunar probe in October 2010, shows a crater in the moon's Bay of Rainbows. The image is one of the first released to the public by China's space agency.
A Chinese Long March 3C rocket launches the unmanned Chang'e 2 lunar probe toward the moon on Oct. 1, 2010 from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center.