The appearance of a larger-than-normal moon is a necessary precursor to the Messianic era.
According to Talmudic sages, a comet could be the harbinger of the end-of-days.
Scientists recorded a solar flare creating a ‘crown’ around the sun’s northern pole. This image appears to correspond to a Midrash description of how the sun looked like when it was created and how it will appear in the end of days.
The test, held from October 4-31, is intended to simulate the extreme conditions under which the first astronauts to land on Mars will be required to survive.
NASA to Send Prototype Solar Power Generator Developed at Ben-Gurion University to the International Space Station
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Prof. (Emeritus) Jeffrey Gordon and his US colleagues have designed a miniaturized solar-power prototype that offers a major step forward for private commercial space missions.
SpaceX Falcon launches rocket with “Beresheet” craft, as Israel aims to become the 4th country to land on the moon. Israel seeks to become only the fourth country to successfully land on the moon, after Russia, the U.S. and China. The spacecraft – called Beresheet, Hebrew for Genesis or “In The Beginning” – will take […]
This week mark’s Israel #SpaceWeek – a great opportunity to get a glimpse at the young scientists of the future! They are under 18 and spend their time in a lab making discoveries that could change the world. They’re launching satellites into space, cooperating with NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration – conducting biological […]
Supermassive black holes constantly gobble up gas or suddenly swallow even whole stars. Weighing millions to billions of times more than our sun, these gargantuan black holes lie at the center of most galaxies. A prodigious black hole several million times the mass of the sun is situated in the heart of our very own Milky Way.
With the universe so vast, it is clear that mankind will not be able to visit – or even photograph – more than an infinitesimal part of it. Yet researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in Beersheba have now have developed a satellite imaging system that they say is about to revolutionize photography from […]
“Ilan and Asaf touched the stars; Rona touched our hearts,” said Israeli President Reuven Rivlin when the tragic death of Rona Ramon at the age of 54 from pancreatic cancer was announced on Monday. Rona was the widow of Israel Air Force (IAF) Colonel Ilan Raman, who as part of the ill-fated Columbia Shuttle mission to space in 2003 died with six other astronauts when it exploded on re-entry.