Beresheet is another step closer to landing on the moon.
At 4:36 a.m. on Sunday, Israel’s lunar mission Beresheet successfully performed the first maneuver around the moon, the engineering team of SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries confirmed.
“During the maneuver,
The maneuver, reduced the Apolune, which means the farthest point from the moon, from 10,400 kilometers to 750 km. from the moon.
The Perilune, which is the closest point to the moon, sees Beresheet approximately 460 km. from the moon.
It is expected to land on moon April 11th