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Guests during the holiday of Succot: World Space week in israel

Guests during the holiday of Succot: World Space week in israel

25/10/2017

World Space Week was celebrated during the week of Succot, with events taking place at four of Israel’s largest cities: Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa and Beersheba. The events were open to the public, with participation free of charge. Space Week was produced by the Ministry of Science and The Israel Space Agency, which invited the […] Read More

SpaceIL’s children magazine will be distributed by Bezeq: Great collaboration between close partners!

SpaceIL’s children magazine will be distributed by Bezeq: Great collaboration between close partners!

16/10/2017

For the upcoming new booklet launch ‘Who Wants to Get to the Moon’, Gil Rosen, Bezeq VP of innovation and Eran Privman, SpaceIL CEO met at Cinema City compound where SpaceIL spacecraft model is located, for the Jewish holidays period.  Bezeq is a long time partner of the organization and recently collaborated with SpaceIL in production of the new booklet ‘Who Wants to […] Read More

After Cassini: 14 Epic Planetary Science Missions to Get Excited About

After Cassini: 14 Epic Planetary Science Missions to Get Excited About

01/10/2017

NASA’s Cassini spacecraft ended its epic 13-year stint at Saturn on Sept. 15, but there are other upcoming planetary science missions to look forward to. As part of this article you can fined SpaceIL mission as part of Google Lunar XPRIZE competition. To the moon! For more reading>>   Read More

The structure of the spacecraft has arrived

The structure of the spacecraft has arrived

14/09/2017

‘YNET, ‘Construction of Israeli spacecraft to the moon begins   ‘Israel21C ‘Spanish firm delivers shell for SpaceIL’s race to the moon Spanish firm delivers shell for SpaceIL’s race to the moon Read More

National Geographic announces: The landing on the moon is near!

National Geographic announces: The landing on the moon is near!

30/08/2017

It has been said that competition advances innovation. How true! The five finalists are aiming highest – to the moon. These are privately organized teams that have decided to embark on a journey to space and develop the necessary innovative technology. National Geographic devoted its July 2017 edition to the “race to the moon”, and […] Read More