Beresheet 1 made Israel the seventh country in the world to reach the moon’s orbit, but failed to land.
"Despite the fact that Beresheet crashed, hundreds of kids wrote to us saying we inspired them to become engineers and scientists," co-founder Damari said. "If they can dream it, they can do it."
“The escape room taps into that excitement and builds on that special moment to create a really unique Israel experience.”
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Luck is a very thin wire between survival and disaster, and not many people can keep their balance on it. – Hunter S. Thompson
"For the first 24 hours we were just in shock," Spivack said. "We sort of expected that it would be successful. We knew there were risks but we didn’t think the risks were that significant."
The structure was replicated to scale to match the actual size of the lunar lander that SpaceIL launched into space earlier this year.
"Our goal was not just to build the first Israeli spacecraft, but to also make sure that it will not be the last one," co-founder Kfir Damari told The Jerusalem Post.