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“We have joined the ‘Civil Space Revolution’ called New Space, in which, unlike the Old Space, not only giant companies with huge budgets and large teams of engineers can build and launch satellites,” said Professor Colin Price.
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The “Beresheet 2” spacecraft comprises an orbiter and two landers; seven countries have “expressed interest” in participating, and the subject “has been raised“ with the UAE, says Israel’s science and technology minister.
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Meir set a world record last year when she and fellow astronaut Christina Koch conducted the first all-female spacewalk, lasting over seven hours.
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The Dror 1 will be the most advanced communication satellite ever built in Israel, according to Israel Aerospace Industries.
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(JTA) — A former ace fighter pilot turned big-time investor will become only the second Israeli in space — and he’ll be paying for the trip himself.
Former IDF fighter pilot Eitan Stibbe is slated to launch late next year. President Reuven Rivlin: Israel will prove once again “that even the sky is no limit for us.”
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The TAU-SAT1 nanosatellite is a first step on the way to joining the “new space” revolution.
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The office, the 25th in a global network dedicated to disaster management, is to be located in BGU’s Earth and Planetary Image Facility • U.N.: BGU “adds precious expertise on satellite technology to the network.”
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