NASA and the Israel Space Agency (ISA) signed a memorandum of understanding Wednesday in Tel Aviv on a mission to the Moon, the International Space Agency announced on Twitter. According to Israeli media, Israel will receive full support from the US Space Agency on the Beresheet 2 mission, which is scheduled to be launched in 2025.
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According to information provided by the Israel Space Agency, “the agreement was signed during the 18th International Space Conference, which is being held in Tel Aviv.”
The document is signed by the deputy NASA chief Robert de Cabana And ISA Director General, Uri Oron. The US space agency is expected to provide full support for the Israeli mission.
– The Beresheet project is the pride of science and technology in Israel – Israeli Minister of Science and Technology Ofir Akunis stated during the signing of the agreement, quoting the “TJP” website.
– The minister said that the cooperation with NASA is another testament to the excellent relations between Israel and the United States and the intensification of cooperation in scientific and technological matters.
The newspaper states that the agreement is a continuation of the collaboration from 2019. At the time, NASA and the International Space Agency worked together during the first Beresheet mission. Then a probe was launched, which reached the lunar orbit, but contact with it was lost. It crashed on the roof of the Silver Globe.
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