This GBTimes article A tiny Chinese satellite is orbiting the Moon and allowing radio amateurs to download images links to this tweet which shows a high gain UHF? antenna pointed at the Moon, and that's about all I can understand.
The spacecraft is Longjiang-2 a a satellite launched together with the communications relay satellite Queqiao, (which will be the relay for the Chang'e 4 lander launching tomorrow).
The text I don't understand reads:
2018-05-08 0730-0930 UTC 32-50 degrees EL -- all 11 decodes tonight on JT4G very strong , FT991A 17db LNA, 1/4 hardline 24ft ,Gulf Alpha 8 x 11 beam H-POLE.
Question: Is it possible to translate all of that to something that someone with no VHF/UHF experience would understand?
fyi I don't know about Longjiang-2, but Queqiao is in a halo orbit behind the Moon, so it's not exactly in a lunar orbit as much as it is in orbit around the Earth, a few thousand km behind the Moon, and in 1:1 resonance with the Moon.