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An Israeli spacecraft, Beresheet, has taken another village with its native Earth planet of 265,000 kilometers, Space IL and Israel Aerospace Industries announced on Sunday.
"In the video Earth can be seen hiding the sun from the spacecraft and then coming out of the same shadow created by the Earth and sun exposure," cosmic organizations explain in a statement. "This process creates a peculiar image of sunrise."
Craft also took a photo of South America from a distance of 15,000 kilometers, and a picture of Israel of 131,000 kilometers.
There are six cameras installed on the spacecraft under the top of the spacecraft, explained Kobe Kaminitz, Space Space Administrator at Space IL, who spoke with the sister paper Maariv. He said they were created to shoot the moon at 360 degrees, and the other was the Salafis camera that captures the plaque and moon soil.
He said the difference is that after a month or more of space, where temperatures can range from minus 50 to 100 degrees, "the home camera or the camera will collapse." These cameras are not.
"We do not know our direction in real time, so when we have the conditions to shoot an interesting picture, we make six pictures and we know that at least one will be damaged," he added. launched in February is on the way to a planned moon landing that is expected to happen next month on April 11 if all of its maneuvers are completed correctly.
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