BGUSAT (Ben Gurion Unicersity Satellite) and DIDO-1 (Space Pharma) - February 15 (on PSLV)
First Israeli lunar spacecraft set to land on moon Feb. 13, 2019, making Israel fourth country to do soYEHUD, Israel, July 10 – At a historic press conference today at Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)’s MBT Space facility in Yehud, Israel, nonprofit SpaceIL and IAI announced a lunar mission to launch from Cape Canaveral, Fla., this December, and land on the moon on Feb. 13, 2019. A final launch date will be announced closer to the event.
YEHUD, Dec. 17/2018 – Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) presented today at IAI’s Space Division a time capsule that will travel to the moon — and remain there indefinitely — with the first Israeli spacecraft, which will launch from Cape Canaveral, Florida, in February, 2019.
SpaceIL’s spacecraft will be launched on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida
31 marzo 2019Rossana De Simone...La Missione SHALOM sarŕ operativa nel 2021 con un singolo satellite e sfrutterŕ le tecnologie iperspettrali nelle bande VNIR / SWIR / PAN per applicazioni scientifiche e commerciali.
The super-view satellite has been in orbit since 2022It's called Shalom, the result of an agreement between Italy and Israel03 July 2019 09:20Agreement between Italy and Israel to send in orbit in 2022, with the Italian launcher Vega, the satellite Shalom, whose name means 'peace' in Hebrew, equipped with a super-view to observe the Earth as has never been done so far.
ISI currently operates the EROS VVHR (very, very high resolution) remote sensing constellation of satellites, which primarily enables global intelligence and national security applications. ISI is also developing new families of high-resolution Earth observation satellites — Knight, Runner, and Sprinter — which would be supported by ClearSky, its multi-satellite ground control segment.By leveraging LauncherOne’s unique mobility alongside ISI’s data analytics solutions, the two companies can fulfill high-resolution, high-revisit requirements on short notice. This bundled service can be easily procured as turnkey solution for allied government customers.ISI CEO Noam Segal said, “This alliance with Virgin Orbit enables us to offer our customers revolutionary operational capabilities. The ability to get our high-resolution satellites launched upon demand is a game-changing operational capability. Now, Earth observation satellites could be deployed to enhance intelligence gathering capacity in times of need, or to compensate for a loss or malfunction of an in-orbit satellite. Virgin Orbit’s ability to responsively deploy our satellites to any inclination in Low Earth Orbit and to low altitudes sets unique working points that were unavailable until now.“Combined with our EROS Next Generation constellation, we empower our customers by providing unique space-based surveillance capabilities.”