Space Exploration

14 stories about Space Exploration
אבי שבתאי

Israeli spacetech company is delivering products that are literally out of this world

19.02.21|Yafit Ovadia
Ramon.Space’s disruptive supercomputer technology has been a core component of over 50 space missions
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“If we don’t look for other life forms then our chances are zero, but if we do look then we’ll find it soon”

27.01.21|Yafit Ovadia
On human spaceflight and finding intelligent life, the challenges are great yet surmountable with advancements in technology, say astronauts and scientists during Israeli Space Week event
אבי בלסברגר

Ahead of Israeli Space Week, ISA director reveals country’s goals for the great beyond

22.01.21|Yafit Ovadia
“Investing in space tech startups is important, despite the fact that the time to go to market is longer and the risks are higher,” says Avi Blasberger
מוסף שבועי 10.7.14 יצחק בן ישראל

“When it comes to space, Israel has its own new frontiers to conquer”

11.12.20|Yafit Ovadia
Isaac Ben-Israel, head of Israel’s Cyber Center and Chairman of the Israel Space Agency shares his thoughts about cybersecurity, his predictions for the Israeli space industry, and the country’s upcoming space endeavors
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“Eytan Stibbe is leading the next wave of private astronauts,” says head of Ramon Foundation

29.11.20|Yafit Ovadia
The former fighter pilot turned businessman is breaking new ground for private space exploration, demonstrating the pioneering Israeli spirit
איתן סטיבה טייס החלל הישראלי השני

Former air force pilot slated to be the second Israeli in space

16.11.20|Amir Kurtz
Eytan Stibbe is currently undergoing training in the U.S. and Europe ahead of a 2021 mission; “this is a day of great happiness and national pride,” says President Reuven Rivlin
תחנת החלל הבינלאומית נאס"א סרט בחלל

20 years on, the ISS remains a shining beacon of human unity

06.11.20|Dov Greenbaum
On a week like this, it’s better to look to the skies for inspiration than to dwell on our earthly divides
ירח מלא

Artemis Accords leave big questions on space mining largely up in the air

16.10.20|Dov Greenbaum
Deep down at the end of the document, the parties agree that mining of celestial bodies is legal under international law
מוסף שבועי 11.6.20 מדור אוכל מ מאדים

Local Martian cuisine is being crafted by MIT researchers down here on Earth

12.06.20|Asaf Abir
From space fermented miso to molecular caviar, scientists are hard at work to create interesting meals for humans outside of earth as the feasibility of private space travel increases
תחנת החלל הבינלאומית נאס"א אסטרונאוטים אסטרונאוט

To Seek Out New Life and New Deadly Viruses

14.02.20|Dov Greenbaum
If life does exist beyond Earth then there is a possibility that seeking it could introduce novel contagions far worse than coronavirus
תחנת החלל הבינלאומית נאס"א אסטרונאוטים אסטרונאוט

Space Is One Big Petri Dish

31.05.19|Dov Greenbaum
With return missions to Mars already in the works, it is prudent to develop best practices and protocols to avoid contamination to and from Earth
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Astronauts May Not be the Only Thing Lost in Private Space

06.12.18|Dov Greenbaum
Astronauts have been absent from space exploration for some time. To wit: Mars is the only planet in our solar system that is known to be solely inhabited by robots
החללית הלא מאוישת של SpaceIL

Israel Set to Take First National Selfie on Moon

10.07.18|Amitay Gazit and Tofi Stoler
Israeli non-profit organization SpaceIL intends to land its first unmanned spacecraft on the moon in February
מוסף שבועי 15.2.18 אתה לא מחליט עליי דב גרינבאום

Space Exploration Requires a New Space Rulebook

08.05.18|Dov Greenbaum
Existing international outer space treaties were formulated with only nation-states in mind, writes researcher Dov Greenbaum