The fascinating story of a moonlander and the Israelis behind it – Maoz Israel Ari and Shira Sorko-Ram

Yariv Bash, co-founder of SPACE.IL after his accident.
June 2019
ISRAEL SHOOTS FOR THE MOON
By Shani Sorko-Ram Ferguson
If Israelis do anything well, it’s figuring out cheaper ways to do what other countries do with big bucks. We often joke that a damaged tank in wealthy nations will be treated to a fully-equipped garage and a million dollar budget, while an Israeli tank will have to make do with some paperclips and superglue.
Before the Beresheet project, all lunar spacecraft had taken a straight shot from earth to the moon. This required the spacecraft to be built a certain way, including huge caverns to hold fuel. The Beresheet took a more round-about approach – actually an elliptical orbit.
God has kept His promise and made Israel a light and a blessing to the nations. The vast majority of people around the world use technology invented by Israelis. 
Yet, in spite of thriving minds, 99% of Israelis still do not know the God who gave them these blessings.
Just like you, we want to change that!
OTHER STORIES IN THE JUNE MAOZ ISRAEL REPORT:
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