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    Launch of the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon

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    Launch of the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon Empty Launch of the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon

    Post by Rocky Fri 22 Feb 2019, 2:05 am

    Launch of the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon
    Launch of the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon Irq_24676401_1550822303
    The Falcon 9 rocket from Florida, carrying the first Israeli spacecraft designed to land on the moon, was launched on a mission if successful, it would make Israel the fourth country to reach the moon.
    The unmanned vehicle was launched from the US Air Force's Cape Canaveral Air Force Station at 8:45 pm Eastern Time (0145 GMT Friday) aboard the Falcon 9.
    The Brishit, the size of a dishwasher, is one of three payloads launched by the Falcon 9 missile within the SpaceX missile fleet owned by California-based billionaire Elon Mask.
    The other two to be delivered to space are a communications satellite for Indonesia and a pilot satellite for the US Air Force.
    Prishit entered the Earth's orbit 34 minutes after the launch, and about 15 minutes later the satellites were launched.
    A few minutes after the launch, the first phase of the rocket, consisting of nine engines, separated from the second stage of the missile back to Earth, landing safely on a cruise ship in the Atlantic off the coast of Florida.
    Prishit is scheduled to reach the near-moon side in mid-April, after a two-month journey of 6.5 million kilometers in space.


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