SpaceIL will create and launch the second Beresheet satellite – Israel News



ISRAEL hopes Beresheet project will showcase country achievements

ISRAEL hopes that the Beresheet project will showcase the country's achievements.
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Morris Kahn, lead sponsor of the SpaceIL probe Beresheet, announced Saturday night funding for a second Israeli spacecraft, Beresheet 2.0.

Kahn intends to lead the project of the second Israeli spacecraft to complete the task of landing on the moon with a new group of donors.

The team has already been appointed and will be led by Kahn. They will already start working on Sunday.

"I've decided that we will actually create Beresheet 2," Kahn said Saturday. "We will build a new [spacecraft]we will put it on the moon and we will complete the mission. "

"Tomorrow morning, we have a working group to start a session, plan the project and start the work," he continued. "Thank you and good luck to you all."

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