Computing the phases in the view of moon

Yuanzheng Xiao The High School Attached to Tsinghua University Shan Su The High School Attached to Tsinghua University Meiru Kou The High School Attached to Tsinghua University

Dongrun-Yau Awarded Papers mathscidoc:1608.35001

2008
Japan’s lunar probe satellite “Kaguya”, China’s lunar probe satellite “Chang’ e-1 lunar probe” left the earth on September 14th, 2007 and October 24th, 2007, began the exploration to the moon. The launching of the China’s lunar satellite is the proud to the global Chinese. However, at the same time as we are proud of the event, we must admit that the pictures published which were sent back by Japanese are clearer and more beautiful than Chinese. While we are saying that the Japan has a better technology, maybe we also need to say that the Japanese can hold better chance than Chinese when taking the pictures. The following two pictures were sent back by the satellite. Picture one is sent back by Japan’s satellite, Picture two is sent back by China’s. It can be seen that there is a long way for China if we want to become stronger at science technology. We also hope that we can have some contribution in the prosperity of China now and in the future.
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@inproceedings{yuanzheng2008computing,
  title={Computing the phases in the view of moon},
  author={Yuanzheng Xiao, Shan Su, and Meiru Kou},
  url={http://archive.ymsc.tsinghua.edu.cn/pacm_paperurl/20160813215154203366048},
  year={2008},
}
Yuanzheng Xiao, Shan Su, and Meiru Kou. Computing the phases in the view of moon. 2008. http://archive.ymsc.tsinghua.edu.cn/pacm_paperurl/20160813215154203366048.
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