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Intensive maneuvers and preparations for the landing will be conducted this week as Beresheet readies to land on the moon on April 11.
The Israeli-built spacecraft has completed another maneuver in preparation for entering the moon's gravitational pull.
Translated by Hannah Hochner.
By MICHAL GALANTI
While Israel didn't become the fourth country to land on the moon, it did make it into an exclusive club of seven that achieved a moon orbit.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The first Beresheet spacecraft was largely successful, despite not having landed on the moon. Beresheet 2.0 is expected to complete the task.
By TAMAR BEERI
This is just the beginning of SpaceIL's journey.
The State of Israel fell just short of becoming only the fourth member of a prestigious club of nations to complete the formidable task of landing a spacecraft on the lunar surface.
By EYTAN HALON
Israel is set to make history on Thursday night when the SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries' spacecraft Beresheet is scheduled to land on the moon.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who was at hand to watch the landing, said that Israel will continue to try landing on the moon.
By MARCY OSTER/JTA,URI BOLLAG
Only three countries have completed the formidable task of landing a spacecraft on the lunar surface - the United States, Russia and China.
Over the weekend, the Israeli spacecraft took more photos of the far side of the moon from 550 km. and 2500 km. away.
Beresheet, the Space IL spacecraft is scheduled to land on the moon April 11 just days after successfully completing it's most critical maneuver Thursday afternoon.
By ALON EINHORN,HAGAY HACOHEN
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