Israeli SpaceIL will not return lunar returns for its second mission in Berez, after all, according to a recent tweet.
"This time we will not go to the moon," began the announcement that SpaceIL published. on Tuesday (June 25th). "Beresheet's moon's journey was already a successful, record-breaking journey, but instead, we will be looking for another, significant goal for Beresheet 2.0."
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The Beresheet mission started in February 2019 and successfully completed a six-week trip to the moon. On April 4, Beresheet was captured by the gravity of the moon and entered lunar orbit.
However, the 5-foot (1
This time we will not go to the moon, Beresheet's Moon's trip was already a successful, record-breaking trip. Instead, we will look for another, meaningful goal for Beresheet 2.0. More details … pic.twitter.com/W8absyxT1YJun 25, 2019
Shortly after the crash, SpaceIL president Morris Kahn announced that there would be a Beresheet 2.0. "We are actually going to build a new haloit – a new spacecraft," Cannes said in a video statement published by SpaceIL on Twitter on April 13, two days after the crash. "We'll put it on the Moon and finish the mission. (Cannes finances much of the mission, the billionaire businessman covers approximately 40% of the total $ 100 million in spending).
Plans seem to have changed since April. The mysterious tweed on June 25 offers little more than an image of the words "Dare To Dream" and some answers to comments in the tweed thread.