The engineering teams of SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) have performed the most critical maneuver yet in Beresheet’s journey to the moon – known as the “Lunar Capture.”
SpaceIL, the first unmanned Israeli spacecraft that is due in early 2019 to be sent to the moon, will take a time capsule with significant Israeli objects within it. Since the spacecraft is not expected to return to Earth, its information is likely to remain in the moon indefinitely and may be found and viewed […]
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has won a $777 million deal with Indian government company BEL. As part of the deal, IAI will supply Barak 8 air defense systems to seven ships belonging to the Indian Navy.
With the new capability, the Herons can automatically land in remote runways located thousands of miles away.
“Today, we delivered to the air force the first Arrow 3 interceptor, with interception capabilities that are much greater and can be done from much farther away than anything that we have now.”
Israel’s Elbit Systems Ltd. has just won the tender to operate Lockheed Martin’s new F-35 training center, to be built in the Nevatim airbase in the Negev desert.
The Chinese telecommunications conglomerate Xinwei Telecom Technology Group is buying Israeli satellite operator SpaceCom for $285 million.
Since first signing with Lockheed Martin in 2010, the Defense Ministry has purchased $993 million in reciprocal procurement transactions.
Israelis can sleep easy at night, knowing their air defense capabilities will keep them safe from Iranian aggression.
The Israel Defense Force (IDF) has expressed interest in obtaining a fleet of “suicide drones” developed by weapons manufacturer Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI).