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Israeli space organizations to assist the Aerospace in reaching the Moon

Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), along with Leading German operating systems of OHB System AG with the European Space Agency (ESA) missions to reach the moon, announced Tuesday Trend reports to Jerusalem Post.

In collaboration with the collaboration agreement, Telaniba's Ilan Ramon International Space Conference, the IAI began the Beresheet Spaceship in collaboration with the Spatial Territory, and will be launched next month in Cape Canaveral, Florida.
OHB will manage the most important contractor, with the development of ESA and the scientific facilities of the developers.

The aim of the cooperation is to provide missions services for the use of ESA in situ resources (ISRU) missions. Thus, by 2025, water or oxygen production will be on the moon. These technologies are necessary for long-term humans far away from the Earth.

"IAI is proud to have an important global satellite satellite and collaboration with German and European space agencies," said IAI CEO Nimrod Sheffer. "We are proud to continue to move Israeli space industries to new heights and move on to the beresheet space and to the moon next month."

The Director General of ESA, Johann-Dietrich Wörner, welcomed the association, describing it as "more steps to get to the moon town".

On Monday, the Israeli Space Agency announced that it will join the Austrian Space Forum (ÖWF) in November 2020 to make a three-week Mars simulation project in Israel.

The 13th simulation of the 13th world simulations of Mitzpe Ramon, will be welcomed by the participation of six astronauts, among others, an Israeli. Last year, the simulation took place in the remote desert area of ​​Oman.

The Ramon Crater's condition means that they are similar to Mars, and researchers will be able to investigate various aspects of the environment.

"We are proud to have chosen a beautiful and unique site for Mitzpe Ramon simulation," said the minister of science and technology Ofir Akunis.

"The simulation will have a scientific and touristic value due to the unique landscape of Israel. Simulation is among the advances in the world and it will carry out space exploration and the Israeli glacial space industry."

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