Excitement is in the atmosphere as Israel is set to launch our first spacecraft for the moon Friday morning Israel time (see what I did there?).
If successful, we will become the fourth country to land a spacecraft on the moon (after the Soviet Union, United States and China), and will also become the first-ever privately funded lunar landing.
It’s been generating a lot of buzz. Speaking of which
— Buzz Aldrin (@TheRealBuzz) February 20, 2019
Thanks Buzz. To infinity and beyond!
Meanwhile, counting down the days until the palestinian Arabs accuse us of trying to colonize the moon, their other indigenous homeland.