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WATCH: Israel's Moon Lander attempts tonight to complete the historic touchdown – Israel News

Israeli lunar explorer Beresheet will be the first privately-owned spacecraft to land safely on the moon on Thursday. Scroll down to see it live. If successful, the unmanned spacecraft built by the nonprofit group SpaceIL in collaboration with Israel Aerospace Industries would usher in a new era of lunar exploration involving the private sector. Skip – Beresheet iframe In order …

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Israel's Beresheet Lander brakes into lunar orbit – space travel now

The six-minute brake fire of the Beresheet probe brought the probe into orbit around the moon. Credit: SpaceIL Six weeks after the launch of Cape Canaveral, an Israel-built probe, funded by private donations, hit the moon in orbit on Thursday, preparing for the lunar surface mission's last descent on April 11 , Engineers At the Beresheet Control Center in Israel, …

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The SpaceIL Lander enters the Moon Lane

WASHINGTON – SpaceIL announced on April 4 that its Beresheet spacecraft had entered orbit around the Moon and the stage for a one-week landing attempt prepares enough time for the spacecraft to slow down by about 1,000 kilometers an hour to put it into orbit around the moon. SpaceIL said in a statement that this maneuver was proceeding as expected, …

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Israel's Beresheet Lander sets off to orbit the Moon – Spaceflight Now

Artistic representation of the Beresheet lander in orbit around the moon. Credit: SpaceIL An Israeli spacecraft fired a shot into orbit on Thursday with a six-minute engine, a critical maneuver set up for the historically attempted landing of the privately funded probe on April 11. The hydrazine-powered main engine, mounted on the base of the Israeli Beresheet Lunar Module, is …

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ACSC commercial competition to build human lander

The huge increase in this year's budget request for ACSC is the result of an internal struggle at NASA, a person familiar with the situation told CNBC on Monday. This year's launch of a competitive bidding process means that companies build their own spacecraft with the help of NASA's sponsorship awards rather than just building a NASA-specific spacecraft. NASA did …

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The maneuver brings the SpaceIL Lander on course to the moon

THE WOODLANDS, Texas – SpaceIL's lunar-field rider conducted a maneuver on March 19 that allowed the privately-developed lander to enter orbit around the moon next month at 8:30 o'clock, the apogee of its orbit the earth at 405,000 kilometers. The spacecraft works "as expected," the organization said in a statement. Opher Doron, General Manager of the Aerospace Industries Space Division, …

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European satellite captures Nasa Mars lander from orbit

Image copyright ESA / Roscosmos / CaSSIS Caption The image of the InSight landing site was taken on 2 March Europe's newest satellite on Mars spied on the landing site of the American-led InSight probe. The NASA probe was deployed in November on flat terrain near the equator in a region called Elysium Planitia. The joint European-Russian trace gas orbiter …

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