Inside the Israeli company racing to the moon: SpaceIL featured CNN

Nearly 50 years after Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, effectively ending the Cold War space race, the next generation of space discovery is nearing its own conclusion.

The Google Lunar XPRIZE launched in 2007 as a way to reignite space exploration.

It challenged teams to land a spacecraft on the moon, have it move 500 meters in any direction, and feed back high-definition video. The first team to complete the mission would be awarded $20 million. The second team would be awarded $5 million, with $5 million more in prizes along the way. Read More

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