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Beresheet Israel ("Genesis in English"), the first Roman spaceship boat at a Jewish state, has successfully moved another Wednesday on Wednesday at 9:30 p.m. Israel's time, according to Space IL's distribution.
"The move was executed as expected," said Ido Anteby, Head of Spacepace. "Beresheet's main engine was implemented for four minutes."
Earlier this week, Beresheet was experiencing technical difficulties and would have to stop moving for his / her. spaceboat. Since then, SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), the groups that were over the projects, researched a computer and installed execution steps.
"All the spaceship systems are working well, Opher Doron, the general manager of the Spanish Department of IAI, confirmed." There is no major problem with any of the systems. We did a lot of test on the entire spacecraft. "
He said he was "very ordinary" for a new spacecraft to have some "teething problems" in the first day.
"We've all affected them and it seems that a moon is in reach," said Doron. "There may be more surprises around the way and we hope we will continue to deal with them too."
So far, the passageway has broken the speed of Israel, traveling at 10.5km per second. The spacecraft is on its orbit tooth with a maximum of 131,000 kilometers of Earth, which breaks the record of the distance of Israel's distance.
The next move is planned in another week.
Anteby added, "We're on our way to the moon!"
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