Israeli space organization SpaceIL announced which items will be brought as the payload for the Beresheet 2 mission.
Ramon.Space and Lulav Space will be supplying the upcoming Beresheet 2 lunar mission with the tech necessary to make a clean and efficient landing.
The first experiment chosen to be conducted on the Beresheet 2 mission is to test which medications hold up best in space and how they are affected.
The technology used to create this replica will also be used to simulate and predict conditions and optimize the spacecraft throughout the duration of its lifespan.
The exhibition is spread across 50,000 square m. of hotel grounds, both inside and outside of the Negev Desert and the Ramon Crater.
The new chairman has a robust background in space science and is ready to help make Israel a major player in the growing space field.
This is one of many new collaborations between the two countries following the signing of the Abraham Accords.
The Women in SpaceIL initiative will offer scholarships to female engineering students and graduates.
This is the inside story of Israel’s moon lander.
Israel’s Minister of Science, Technology and Space Orit Farkash, and the UAE’s Minister of State for Advanced Technology Sarah Al Amiri signed the historic agreement together.