The images below were taken by Yutu 2 after roving some 290 metres. What's nice about the tracks in the mid-foreground, however, is how busy they get as they approached the small impact crater (on right), which contains the possible impact-glass substance.
Compare, also, the impact debris near the crater to other, similarly-sized craters nearby and in the distance, where such debris (with exception to what looks like a smaller crater off to the left of image) is missing. A sign, perhaps, that the impact crater (with the impact-glass) is certainly younger than those others nearby.
Musings about the smaller crater at left (with a pinch of salt applied): as it looks like a smaller version of the main crater at right, would it, too, contain impact-glass? Was it created at the same time as the main crater, and by the same impactor that split up before impact? Or, is it a secondary impact crater from the main primary impact crater?
Edited by John_Moore, Yesterday, 09:03 PM.