The first moon in Israel returned to the moon on Thursday, a week earlier to get out of work and prevent a planned maneuver.
On Thursday, SpaceIL, a privately owned Israeli company designed by the Beresheet Marine Corps, announced the latest maneuver at 9:30 p.m. The time of Israel
Berasheet Control Group, based in Ramat Gan, Israel, on Monday to investigate and correct the gap caused by the work being done on Monday night, avoiding the maneuver.
On Thursday night, the SpaceIL team said there was no mistake and had "corrective measures".
"After a review of the computer re-adjustments and the implementation of corrective measures, Beresheet succeeded in maneuvering this afternoon at 9:30 p.m. The nucleus is an elliptical orbit, the distant point of the Earth is a distance of 131,000 km."
"The maneuver was executed in planned mode and the main Beresheet engine was activated for 4 minutes. The next maneuver is planned for a week."