Here is an image of this lunar micro-satellite taken in 2018, from this tweet, found in this comment below the question What is the most recent photo taken from the Moon surface as of August 2019?
In the original source I've found: "captured by Longjiang-2/DSLWP-B"
Which camera exactly has taken this image and which hardware configuration was used to take and transmit the image? Is it even listed on the Wikipedia page?
- Landing Camera (LCAM), mounted on the bottom of the spacecraft, the camera began to produce a video stream at the height of 12 km (7.5 mi) above the lunar surface.
- Terrain Camera (TCAM), mounted on top of the lander and able to rotate 360°, is being used to image the lunar surface and the rover in high definition.
DSLWP-B carrier a camera designed by King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology [KACST] (Saudi Arabia)