Israeli Spacecraft Falters In Bid To Land On Moon

Credit: Moon: SpaceIL
An experimental Israeli spacecraft, built by a nonprofit as an educational and public outreach project, faltered minutes before a planned landing on the surface of the Moon, ending what had been a nearly flawless seven-week debut space mission. The spacecraft, named Beresheet (Hebrew for “in the...

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