Israeli Spacecraft Beresheet Completes Another Successful Maneuver

During the maneuver, Beresheet's main engine was activated for 60 seconds.

National Autism Research Center opens at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

It will provide access to research for scholars seeking new treatment methods, create shared national databases and distribute information to decision-makers, health-care professionals and the general public.

Iran’s Massive Drone Exercise Was Code Named ‘Towards Jerusalem’

According to Fars News, Iran currently possesses the biggest collection of captured or downed American and Israeli drones, including the US MQ-1, MQ-9, Shadow, ScanEagle, and RQ-170 as well as the Israeli Hermes.

Israel’s Lunar Craft’s Landing Site Revealed

The chosen site is located in the northeastern part of Mare Serenitatis (Sea of Serenity), a few hundreds of km east of the Apollo 15 landing site and a similar distance northwest of the Apollo 17 site.

Jerusalem College of Technology’s Physics Olympiad Spotlights Religious Scientists of the Future

The talents of the religious scientists of the future were on full display as more than 100 yeshiva students from around Israel participated in Jerusalem College of Technology’s (JCT) sixth annual Physics Olympiad last week.

University of Haifa and “ii2020” Sign Collaboration to Transform Haifa into Digital Health Powerhouse

The University and Dr. Erel Margalit, founder and chairman of Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP) announce partnership which will use the vehicle of digital health to create thousands of new jobs in Haifa, Israel’s third-largest city.

Silicon Valley Chipmaker Buys Israeli Mellanox for $6.9 Billion

Mellanox is a design-only company, outsourcing the manufacture of its current generation of chips to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Corp.

Tel Aviv Installs Pavement Lights to Protect ‘Smartphone Zombies’

The distracted "Smartphone Zombies," or “Smombies” are a worldwide phenomenon, defined as walking persons using a cellphone who are oblivious to the world around them.

Tech Company Documents All of Israel’s Deceased

Israel is the first country in the world to have all those buried in its cemeteries documented and published online.

Israeli Firm to Supply Robots to Italian Military Police

The firm manufactures ground robotic systems, also known as the Transportable Interoperatble Ground Robot (TIGR), for military and law-enforcement utilization, such as handling of suspicious and dangerous items, in addition to collecting intelligence.

Israeli Spaceship Beresheet Completes Another Successful Maneuver

Beresheet is on its way to an elliptical orbit where the farthest point from Earth is at a distance 270,000 km (167,770 miles).

aMoon2 Raises $660 Million, Becomes Largest Israeli Venture Capital Firm

Israel’s electronic medical records account for 98 percent of the population, going back two decades. The Israeli government recently launched a national project that will invest $272 million in digital health initiatives over the next five years.

US Bans Israeli Cybersecurity World Expert Adi Shamir from Conference Honoring… Adi Shamir

Government security officials have been complaining that encryption technology locks them out of communications between criminals. But cybersecurity experts say this technology keeps critical computer systems safe from hackers.

Israeli Spacecraft Beresheet Takes First Selfie

Also seen is the plaque installed on the spacecraft, with the Israeli flag and the inscriptions "Am Yisrael Chai" and "Small Country, Big Dreams."

PCV Vaccine Leads to Steep Decline in Childhood Hospitalizations

"Our take-home message to all the parents out there is that vaccines work. . . We saw community-acquired bacteremia, pneumonia, and focal infections all decrease."

Elbit’s Terrain Avoidance System Declared Operational for C-130 Hercules

The new Terrain Following and Terrain Avoidance system is part of an Elbit comprehensive C-130 avionics upgrade program.

NASA Puts Beresheet on the [Solar System] Map

The Israeli 'Beresheet' spacecraft has been added to NASA's ‘Eyes on the Solar System’ simulator, which simulates a view of the solar system.

Beresheet Cancels Maneuver in Space Following Technical Malfunction

“The control center has contact with the spacecraft according to plan and it continues its previous orbit until the next maneuver."

Israel’s Lunar Spacecraft, Beresheet’ Completes First Maneuver

The spacecraft has detached from its launcher and completed its planned orbit of the Earth.

Israel-US Research Team: Artificial Intelligence Can Predict Spread of Melanoma

The approach calls for filming live cancer cells with microscopic cameras and using artificial intelligence to analyze the video sequence.

Beresheet Blasts Off, Heads to the Moon: ‘Great Step for Israel, Huge Step for...

"We will meet on April 11 and I hope that we will be able to celebrate the safe landing of 'Beresheet'."

WATCH: Israel Launches First-Ever Mission to the Moon

“After the launch, our crew will take control of Beresheet and begin the journey to the moon!”

Ashdod Teen Wins National Biology Competition at Bar Ilan University

At the conclusion of the competition Bar-Ilan University awarded Shai Nehemia, 16, a full one-year scholarship to the faculty of her choice.


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