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Is Israel’s worldwide taxation system space-wide too?
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.
“All I can say is farewell Beresheet,” said an emotional Morris Kahn, chairman of SpaceIL who donated more than $40 million to the project. “Our hopes are with you, make us proud.”
By YAFIT OVADIA
The spacecraft is expected to land on the moon around April 11.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
On the moon, but not over the moon.
“If at first you don’t succeed, you try again.”
By STEVE LINDE
The Beresheet spacecraft blasts off toward a brighter future.
This year’s theme is “Saluting the Israeli spirit” and the torch lighters personify those “who have overcome difficulties against all odds.”
By JPOST EDITORIAL
Like many in Israel and around the world, I held my breath on Thursday, April 11, as I watched what I hoped would be the successful landing of the SpaceIL lunar probe Beresheet on the Moon.
By LIAT COLLINS
Yes, the spacecraft reached the Moon, but it crash-landed, ending any contact with its handlers and any ability to have it serve experimental purposes from the Moon’s surface.
By DOUGLAS ALTABEF
Was the SpaceIL Beresheet Moon mission a success? Yes. On a scale of 1-10, we would give it an eight.
By JOEL LEYDEN
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