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Israel To The Moon
Landing the first Israeli spacecraft on the Moon ➡️
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Israel To The Moon Jan 8
Here are some lunar surface pictures taken by China's Chang'e 4 Moon lander.🇨🇳🌖 It completed a soft landing on the dark side of the Moon's southern pole a year ago. Since then it has supplied Earth with lots of data, from high resolution images to radiation measurements.📷📡
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Israel To The Moon Dec 3
Chandrayaan 2's location on the Moon has been found! , a computer programmer and mechanical engineer scanned images of the Moon and helped determine its landing site. Space enthusiasts of the world, you can make a real difference!
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Israel To The Moon Nov 25
50 years ago Apollo 12 returned to Earth. It was the second spacecraft to carry people to the Moon's surface and back. A major technological step forward, it also grew space enthusiasm by continuing the Apollo effect that its predecessor had started.
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Israel To The Moon Nov 14
(one small piece at a time) In 2020 will launch a prototype of a compact solar-power generator, (that is only 1.7 mm thick!) which was developed in Israel, to the International for testing. More to follow, hopefully!
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Israel To The Moon Nov 7
Israel from space🛰️🇮🇱 took three pictures of Israel from the International . Her father lived here before moving to Europe and then the US.🇪🇺🇺🇸
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Israel To The Moon Oct 29
Alexei Leonov, the man who completed the first-ever spacewalk, passed away this month. He was a pioneer and an inspiration to all that came after him. Above all else, we should remember Leonov's courage. Not enough people know this, but he almost died during his spacewalk.
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Israel To The Moon Oct 17
Tomorrow 's (who has Israeli origins!) and will complete the first-ever all-female spacewalk! It will last around 6.5 hours and will involve replacing a faulty battery charge-discharge unit on the International . Good luck!
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Israel To The Moon Oct 6
In April of this year became the first-ever private spacecraft to orbit the Moon, and then the first to attempt a soft landing on it. Today we will receive an award from the for our accomplishment!
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Israel To The Moon Oct 6
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Israel To The Moon Oct 3
Replying to @Amirmizroch
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Israel To The Moon Oct 3
Replying to @daviddayag
Nice! We labelled it here:
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Israel To The Moon Oct 3
Replying to @Danielkhakshou1
How about this then:
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Israel To The Moon Oct 2
A gorgeous 360° view of our Moon! Can you spot where is? Credit: NASA
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Israel To The Moon Oct 1
We wish everyone a sweet New Jewish Year, or "Shana tova ve metuka" as we say in Israel! All the best to all of you and we hope to share many successes, going forward!
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Israel To The Moon Sep 25
, who is currently on the ISS, is from Italy
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Israel To The Moon Sep 25
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Israel To The Moon Sep 25
Today a 3-person crew, including Jessica Meir, who has Israeli roots, is heading to the ISS! She will be the 4th Jewish woman to ever go to space.🇮🇱🇺🇸 She is joined by Hazzaa Al Mansoori, the first-ever astronaut from the UAE 🇦🇪 and Oleg Skripochka from Russia.🇷🇺 Bon voyage!
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Israel To The Moon Sep 15
Did you notice the Moon's yellowish tint this weekend? You saw what is known as the . It is called this because the Moon rises earlier than usual. It reflects more light from the Sun, which helped farmers work until late during the harvest.
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Israel To The Moon Sep 9
effect: We have joined the Public Cabinet for Education to establish the first technology-education forum in Israel! Its purpose is to promote and adapt the education system to the challenges of the future.
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Israel To The Moon Sep 7
Replying to @isro
This mission broke ground in many ways and we congratulate for all that they achieved. Space is hard. We know that from first hand experience. We also know that you will use this to work even harder and achieve even greater successes down the road.
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