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The Beresheet spacecraft continues to produce spectacular images from outer space, as it successfully completed the next maneuver on Monday. Launched from Florida in February, an unmanned Israeli ship is scheduled to land on the moon on April 11. within 72 seconds.
"Teams evaluate the results of the maneuver to determine whether another alignment maneuver will be required before heading to the moon," they said.
The movement on Monday was in preparation for the "Lunar Capture" by a difficult maneuver in which Berehzet would enter the gravity of the Moon and turn it into a landing. During the last few weeks, she rotated around the ground.
Last week Beresheet took a terrific video from the sunrise from outer space and fixed the image of the earth.
Bereshet, named in honor of the Hebrew word for the Book of Genesis, is the smallest by weight – it is only 1.5 m 2 m at 600 kg. (about 1,300 pounds.) The privately funded funds cost $ 100 million, which is less expensive than other space projects. Click here >>