CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) – Israel aims to land on the moon after going on a tour with SpaceX.
It is intended that the Falcon rocket will be blown on Thursday night from Cape Canaveral, Florida.
Satellite communication for Indonesia is the love of love. But a lander privately funded by Israel – the first not only for Israel but a commercial place – produces the excitement.
Israel is trying to become only in the fourth country to successfully succeed in the moon, after Russia, the United States and China. The spacecraft – from the name Beresheet, Hebrew for Genesis or "In The Beginning" – will take almost two months to reach the moon.
It will rotate the Earth in even more links until it is caught by a lack of grain and goes to an orbit around the moon. Touchdown would be April 11 at Serenity Sea.