Beresheet, now on the way to the Moon, is buried in the Israeli lunar landing, and is a massive archive documenting the achievements of mankind.
project to build the "Moon Library" and part of the greater impetus for the creation of the Earth's space archive. The range of subjects, languages and periods of time is all stored in a DVD-sized archive of 25 nickel disks, each of which has a thickness of only 40 microns. The 84-page document provided by the AMF to Gizmodo showed thematic categories in the time capsule, including aerospace, math, women's studies, humor and forensics. The first four layers contain over 60,000 analogue image pages of books, photographs, illustrations and documents, explained AMF.
When Gizmodo asked why the complete content list was not released, AMF reported the news:
"We are only reporting some content in the library now through the various partnerships we have. A lot more content will be revealed. Life and Civilization Planet Earth.
More disks will be sent to the Moon next year, including in partnership with Astrobotik next year.
The Beresheet bunker was launched by the SpaceX Falcon 9 missile and could reach to the moon until April 1
Fox News James Rodgers contributed to this report.