Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.
A recent intelligence report by ImageSat International (ISI) based on satellite images revealed details about an attack in Syria attributed to Israel in early March.
Israeli State Comptroller Matanyahu Englman also noted that the IDF has failed to have proper naval defenses for natural gas rigs.
The incursion of a Chinese spy balloon into US airspace has turned what could be a normal debate and discussion into another politicized foreign policy issue.
The station includes a satellite observatory dome with a diameter of 4.25 meters, a tracking system, a primary high-speed camera and more.
Last year marked the toughest period for space startups since the economic crisis in 2008.
The apparent failure deals a further blow to European space ambitions after an Italian-built Vega-C rocket mission failed after lift-off from French Guiana in late December.
This is the first optical ground station in Israel and one of very few worldwide that can lock onto, track and collect data from a nanosatellite.
If all goes as planned, the SUV-sized Surface Water and Ocean Topography (SWOT) satellite will produce research data within several months.
SpaceX has sought approval to operate a network of 29,988 satellites, to be known as its “second-generation” or Gen2 Starlink constellation to beam internet to areas with little or no access.