9 February 2019
The Chang'e 4 rover is now visible to LROC (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera)! Just beyond the tip of the right arrow is the rover and the lander is to the right of the tip of the left arrow. The image appears blocky because it is enlarged 4x to make it easier to see the two vehicles. North is to the upper right, LROC NAC M1303570617LR [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].

other photos acquired by LROC: Chang'e 3 Lander and Rover From Above

First Look: Chang'e 4

Chang'e 4 Lander Coordinates: The Chang'e 4 spacecraft set down between the two arrows at 45.457°S, 177.589°E, plus or minus 20 meters

On the Farside!
with scroll around function !

Chang'e 3 Lander and Rover From Abovewith before/after switch between two LRO photos to clearly indicate the new object on the far side of the Moon

Von Kármán Crater: Awaiting A Visitor