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Beresheet ("Genesis" in English), the first lunar spacecraft of the Jewish state, suffered some technical difficulties on Monday night. A maneuver was planned for the spacecraft, but instead, the spacecraft performed an involuntary reboot, which led to automatic decontamination.
SpaceIL and the Israeli aerospace industry, the organizations that headed the projects, are now studying data to understand what went wrong. The rest of the spacecraft systems work well.
Beresheet successfully completed its first maneuver to the Moon after its launch from its launcher and the completion of the planned Earth orbit on Sunday.
The landing gear will be captured by the moon, when the orbit of the globe around the Earth will take it in close proximity to the Moon (which also rotates around the Earth). Serenity April 11th.
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