Two Technion projects will be tested on board the International Space Station, as part of the Ramon Foundation and the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology’s “Rakia Mission”. The projects were carefully selected by a scientific-technological committee appointed by the Ramon Foundation and the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology;
Join us for a fascinating look at Israel’s space program and Technion’s role in advancing space exploration. Home to the only faculty of aerospace engineering in Israel, the Technion is one of the few universities in the world to build and launch satellites into space. Its researchers helped Israel join the elite club of spacelaunch-capable countries in 1988 with the launch of Israel’s first satellite. Today, Technion innovations, faculty, and alumni continue to propel Israel into a leader in exploring the final frontier.