Above you'll see a broadcast from mission control at the IAI, below you'll see a promotional video for the program. Till now, Russia, US and China had successfully landed its lander on the moon. It's expected that they will land on the moon on April 11th, 2019.
Israeli spacecraft Beresheet has successfully performed its first maneuver around the moon on Sunday morning, Beresheet's developer, Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL, announced Sunday.
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The spacecraft is aiming to make history twice: as the first private-sector Moon landing, and the first from Israel. It is roughly the size of a washing machine, reaching a height of 1.5 meters, about two meters in width, and weighing just 600 kilograms.
Beresheet conducted a successful maneuver this evening as the main engine was activated for 4 minutes. Together with four other teams - Moon Express, Synergy Moon, Teamindus, and Hakuto - SpaceIL raced to develop low-priced methods of robotic space exploration.
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