SpaceIL successfully launched its Beresheet lander on 22 February 2019 at 01:45 UTC; it entered lunar orbit on 4 April 2019 at 14:18 UTC.On 11 April 2019, during the landing procedure, a problem occurred in the final minutes of flight. In doing so, SpaceIL became the first privately funded group to enter the field of Space Journeys. After failed lunar landing, SpaceIL bounces back with Beresheet 2.0. Beresheet was nicknamed "Sparrow" during development. As of Wednesday, they canceled the mission. But on 26 June 2019, SpaceIL announced that the mission will not target the Moon, and instead it will be to another, undisclosed object. SpaceIL is an Israeli organization, established in 2011, that was competing in the Google Lunar X Prize (GLXP) contest to land a spacecraft on the Moon. It was originally an entry to win the Google Lunar XPRIZE (GLXP). However, on 13 April 2019, Morris Kahn announced that a new mission, named Beresheet 2 would attempt a second time to land on the Moon. 13/12/2018 SpaceIL is proud and excited to announce: The name of the first Israeli spacecraft to the moon is BERESHEET The name was chosen by the Israeli public, after they got to suggest names on SpaceIL’s facebook page. Head of SpaceIL says ‘Beresheet 2’ project to launch immediately South African-born billionaire Morris Kahn says a new venture is being launched to take Israel to …

This week the SpaceIL project to send a spacecraft to the moon suffered a sad ending when the Beresheet craft crashed into the moon's surface, rendering it …

The first Beresheet spacecraft was largely successful, despite not having landed on the moon. Just a few days following, SpaceIL announced its second mission, Beresheet 2.0. The organization was founded by three young engineers: Yariv Bash, Kfir Damari and Yonatan Winetraub who answered the international challenge presented by Google Lunar XPRIZE. This week the SpaceIL project to send a spacecraft to the moon suffered a sad ending when the Beresheet craft crashed into the moon’s surface, rendering it inoperable. On February 22, 2019 SpaceIL launched its spacecraft, "Beresheet," to the moon. But the plucky Israeli team is not giving up, and they have announced their plans for Beresheet 2.0.

After firing its engines for six minutes, the Beresheet Moon lander transitioned from a highly-elliptical Earth orbit to a new lunar orbit. Israel’s Ministry of Science and Technology announced on Sunday that it would allocate NIS 20 million (some $5.5 million) to Israeli non-profit SpaceIL for the construction of a second unmanned spacecraft, Beresheet 2, set for the moon sometime in the next few years. The SpaceIL Lunar Lander or Beresheet (also transcribed B'reshit) is a lunar lander developed by the Israeli nonprofit organisation SpaceIL. beresheet!

Beresheet 2.0 is expected to complete the task. SpaceIL is a non-profit organization established in 2011 with the aim of landing the first Israeli spacecraft on the Moon. later, they could vote for their favourite, out of 9 final names. SpaceIL to create and launch second Beresheet spacecraft The first Beresheet spacecraft was largely successful, despite not having landed on the moon.