Israel Space Agency

Read More
Less

AMADEE-20: Israel-based Mars analog mission ends after 3 weeks

The mission was the latest Mars analog mission launched by the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF), held in partnership with the Israel Space Agency (ISA) and the D-MARS habitat.

01/11/2021

Israel, UAE sign historic space agreement

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.

Israeli Helios, German OHB working together to enable space colonies

The Israeli Helios company has agreed to provide oxygen-producing technology for the German OHB company's lunar missions.

This Hubble Space Telescope snapshot reveals an unusual "see-through" galaxy.

Ramon.Space to provide computing payload for upcoming Israeli space mission

Ramon.Space is named after Israel’s first astronaut, Ilan Ramon, who died in 2003 when the US Columbia space shuttle burnt up as it reentered the atmosphere at the end of its mission.

31/08/2021

From Judean desert to space: Ancient coin to fly with Israeli astronaut

In early 2022, Eytan Stibbe is set to become the second Israeli man to fly to space. He will take with a symbol of Jewish history and yearning for freedom.

Avi Har Even.

Avi Har-Even, Defense Min. Prize winner, dies of Acre riots injuries

Even was a Israeli Defense Ministry Prize winner and the former-head of the Israeli Space Agency. He was 84 at the time of his death.

Israel Space Agency proposal among NASA finalists in search for alien life

If the proposal is approved, Trident would be the first Earthly visitor to Neptune and its moons in over thirty years.

15/05/2020

New Israeli satellite aims to deepen understanding of the universe

"This unique configuration will help us answer some of the big questions in astrophysics," said ULTRASAT principle investigator Prof. Eli Waxman of the Weizmann Institute, based in Rehovot.

12/08/2019

Shooting for the moon: Israel’s ‘next generation’ looks to the heavens

At Jerusalem competition, young scientists discuss the country’s historic lunar mission as a source of inspiration.

By MAYA MARGIT/THE MEDIA LINE
16/03/2019
rocket launch

Israel’s first lunar spacecraft, Beresheet, blasts off - analysis

Israel is only the fourth country after the US, the former Soviet Union and China to embark on a mission to the moon.

Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use and privacy policy