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NASA has chosen a place on the moon, which is next set foot on human

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Space agency NASA intends to send people into the orbit of the moon by 2024. The mission will be carried out as part of the creation of the first lunar orbital station Gateway, and probably astronauts will once again have to set foot on the surface of the natural satellite of the Earth. The agency […]

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NASA equipment, sent with Bereshit to the moon, could survive the fall of the apparatus

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When the Israeli spacecraft Bereshit, built by SpaceIL, crashed against the surface of the moon, it brought not only the hopes and dreams of a private company to the satellite to become the first to land on the satellite of our planet. In addition, there were several scientific devices aboard the module, including one “gadget,” […]

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Meteoric attacks knock 200 tons of water out of the moon annually

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Regular meteoric impacts lift particles of water from the moon's surface, which may indicate that the satellite of our planet still has some reserves of a precious resource under the surface, according to a new study based on data from analysis of several recent space research missions using automated interplanetary stations . The findings of […]

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SpaceIL will build and send to the Moon the landing module "Bereshit 2"

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The Israeli company SpaceIL, despite the unsuccessful attempt at landing the Bereshit spacecraft on the moon on April 11, is not discouraged. Quite the contrary, its head, Morris Kahn, said on Saturday that the company would build and launch the Bereshit-2 automatic station on the satellite of our planet. And this time, nevertheless, she will […]

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Israeli module "Bereshit" crashed while landing on the moon

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Israeli spacecraft "Bereshit" private company SpaceIL could not land on the surface of the Earth satellite in the lunar lowlands called the Sea of ​​Tranquility. During the operation, several problems arose that could not be solved in time. The device is officially recognized as lost. This was announced during the broadcast from the mission control […]

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Private Israeli space module "Bereshit" went into orbit of the moon

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Israel became the seventh country in the world, which managed to deliver a spacecraft to the satellite of our planet. Six weeks after the moment and all the corrective maneuvers, the Bereshit module of a private Israeli company, SpaceIL, successfully turned on the engines, broke away from the Earth’s attraction, and went into lunar orbit. […]

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How Israeli Bereshit module can help in future landings on the moon

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The Israeli private spacecraft Bereshit sent to the Moon on April 11 should land in the crater Sea of ​​Clarity, which is in the northern hemisphere of the visible side of our natural satellite. On board the spacecraft there is a small device, the successful verification of which will make it much more accurate (with […]

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