Beresheet ships approach SpaceX Falcon 9 missile this Thursday.
"We are ready to launch," said co-founder of SpaceIL Jonathan Vinterau of "Grape Vine" on Thursday. "All systems go."
Israel will try to make a story today when launching a ship into outer space. When it landed on the Moon, Israel will be only the fourth country that has ever made a monthly landing ̵
A live video channel will begin at 20.20 EST on Thursday, February 21 (3:30 AM in Israel) on the Facebook Facebook page as well as in the video at the top of this article.
The ship – called "Beresheet", Hebrew for Genesis – passes the latest tests in Cape Canaveral, Florida for the past few weeks. Relief allow, departure scheduled to take place with the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station on Thursday, February 21st, at 8:45 EST (3:45 AM in Israel). The ship entered the space on board the space rocket Falcon 9 SpaceX. The SpaceIL ship will be riding along with various satellites and other research equipment, and they will all be the first to leave. Beresheet will be the last passenger to fall in SpaceX and is expected to unite in about 30 minutes after the take-off.
Falcon 9 was first created in 2010. He launched more than 60 times and has a success rate of 96.8%. "Please cross your fingers, because this is a difficult mission, and we need all the help we can get," Vinterab told us. You can read all our interviews with him to find out how the idea originated for the first time, scheduled monthly experiments on the ship and what wonderful gifts aboard.
It is expected that the ship will make its monthly landing in mid-April.
See the Israeli Beresheet ship from Cape Canaveral to SpaceX Falcon 9.