lies that the Chang’e 4 probe served as a pioneer in the history of human lunar exploration.
According to the IAU naming rules, the landing site name has the prefix of Statio in Latin. And so far onl
y two places have such a prefix, the first being the landing site of Apollo 11, Statio Tranquillitatis.
Zhinyu, Hegu and Tianjin are the names of stars in China’s ancient star chart, as the three pits in the lunar crater formed a shape similar to these three celestial bodies.
Mount Tai is one of the five most famous mountains in China in East China’s Shandong province and stands 1,545 me
ters tall above sea level. The central peak, Mons Tai, in the lunar crater measures 1,565 meters in height from its base.
In August 2010 and October 2015, China had applied to name the landing sites of Chang’e 1 and Ch
ang’e 3, and gained approval, and in January this year, China applied to the IAU for the five new names.
So far, a total of 12 lunar features have been named by China.
Naming entities on lunar surfaces started in the 17th century in Europe, and in the 20th century, the U
nited States and the former Soviet Union had the most names due to their lunar explorations.
In the evening of the 31st, Sydney hosted a grand fireworks show in 2019. Nearly one million people and tourists watched the fireworks show live in Sydney. One billion
people watched the fireworks show live on the Internet. The fireworks show lasted about 12 minutes, bringing us a fireworks feast, but there was a big oolong. Do you know what it was?
Sydney Opera House is a landmark building in Australia. It is famous for its water-facing and open environment. Located in the north of Sydney, it is a water complex
combining theatre and hall. It is also a world-famous performing arts center.
Opera hall is mainly used in opera, ballet and dance performances. The interior is novel and gorgeous. The walls are inlaid with dark splints. The floors and ceilings are
made of boxwood and birch. The performance can have a mellow sound effect. Concert hall is the largest Hall of Sydney Opera House. It is usually used for
performing symphonies, operas, dances, pop music, jazz and other performances. On New Year’s Eve, it has become a tradition for local people to watch fireworks performances near the opera house.
This is to welcome the arrival of 2019. Shouldn’t it be 19 years of happiness? But the stone piers of the Sea-Crossing Bridge show “Happy New Year 2018”. What? Is time
reversing? What’s the special meaning of doing this? In fact, it’s not that the production team made technical mistakes.
“It’s a mistake that we spent 15 months preparing for such a big event. Let’s clarify that this year is really 2019. Let’s focus on what happened last night. Despite a flash
of lightning, there’s still no accident,” said Anna McKinnani, director of the fireworks show. Anna McKinnani also said that although the team was not “happy” about the mistake, it could only laugh at it.
The spanning fireworks show is grand and spectacular, but the Oolong incident also makes people laugh and cry. It is understood that this year’s fireworks show costs
5.78 million US dollars. We can see the importance of this event. Australia hosts a large-scale