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The Ministry of Science and Technology increases its investment in SpaceIL

The Ministry of Science and Technology increases its investment in SpaceIL

29/06/2017

We are happy and proud to announce that the Israel Space Agency, at the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, will invest NIS 7.5 million in the next 2 years in the technological-educational SpaceIL project, as announced by Minister Ofir Akunis. We thank Minister Akunis for his decision and support, and for advancing the project […] Read More

On the way to space we made a stop at the UN!

On the way to space we made a stop at the UN!

15/06/2017

Sari Brosh-Rechav, our VP Education, presented our unique project to land a spacecraft on the moon, as well as our educational objectives, to the delegates of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS). COPUOS is the main international body dealing with space, and is based in Vienna. The Committee was established in […] Read More

20 ‘out of this world’ space companies

20 ‘out of this world’ space companies

12/06/2017

The website ‘Interesting Engineering’ rated us second in the list of 20 ‘out of this world’ companies that develop tools and vehicles which improve access to space. In addition to SpaceIL, you will also be able to read about other companies that do this in an interesting manner, each in its own way. We’re sure […] Read More

Coverage by CNBC

Coverage by CNBC

01/06/2017

Yariv Bash, a founding partner in SpaceIL, was interviewed by CNBC, and shared the progress being made in the assembly of the spacecraft. He also took the opportunity to talk about the State of Israel’s place in the space race and about our country’s future in space exploration. Whether we’re looking at Israel’s future in […] Read More

Another step for the israeli spacecraft on the way to the moon

Another step for the israeli spacecraft on the way to the moon

18/05/2017

Kfir Damari, one of the founders of SpaceIL, and Inbal Kreiss, Deputy General Manager MBT Space Division, Israel Aerospace Industries, were interviewed on Ynet and reported on the progress made in the construction of the Israeli spacecraft. Click on the image to view the interview (available only in Hebrew). Enjoy Read More