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Israeli robot vereeuwigt moon with selfie

Science The Israeli lunar ‘Beresheet’ – loosely translated to ‘Genesis’ – the night of 21 on 22 February it was launched, makes for firsts. The robot is a part

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Israeli robot vereeuwigt moon with selfie
Science The Israeli lunar ‘Beresheet’ – loosely translated to ‘Genesis’ – the night of 21 on 22 February it was launched, makes for firsts. The robot is a part of the first private moon, and carries a library of 30 million pages. A glorious selfie at the moment, should not be missed.

Beresheet, a maansonde as big as a washing machine, is part of the very first moon of Israel. Almost two weeks ago was the robot in the direction of the moon launched. In the meantime, he traveled all around 37.600 mileage: a good moment for a beautiful picture.

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the photo shows off the lunar module in the foreground, and he seems to be waving the Israeli flag. Thereon are the words “am Ysrael chai” written, translated, means that “the people of Israel lives”. And, behind it, our earth: Belgium is, unfortunately, not visible, Australia, however, if you look closely. the

Failed selfie
As with every successful selfie went there in Beresheet also a failed instance to advance. That is especially the flag to see clearly, and of the earth you see nothing more than a thin silvery line.

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