Benyamin Cohen - Page 3
The successful final maneuver of SpaceIL's Beresheet makes Israel poised to become the fourth country to ever land on the moon.
The scientists behind the mission reveal why the world-famous physicist is their muse.
Both spacecrafts are expected to make a lunar landing in mid-April. But which one will get there first?
Correspondence between Einstein and his colleague show the difficulty in getting other physicists on board.
Adventurers from France, Germany and Bulgaria helped uncover and map the cave in Israel.
An unprecedented look at a new town 30 miles south of Tel Aviv – with 300 people, 150 cameras and a flirtatious waitress who just happens to not be human.
With all hiccups and milestones cleared, Beresheet is right on schedule for a mid-April landing on the moon.
The physicist's legacy lives on with Hebrew University's unveiling of new manuscripts, a relative's surprise visit and more.
Super-investor Jon Medved reveals the tech sectors that he's most bullish on.
Among the remarkable findings are letters to his best friend, the basis for lasers and a page that had been lost for nearly 90 years.
The 11-day mission is the latest to take advantage of the D-Mars project biodome.
Sculptor Omri Amrany has previously immortalized the likes of Michael Jordan, Vince Lombardi and LeBron James.
Bad apples get new lease on life as powder, thanks to Israeli food researchers.
EarlySense device wirelessly monitors babies in their hospital cribs to track life-threatening issues.
Deepfake technology allowed Hollywood rookies to have two of the world's most famous actors in their new movie, 'Face Swap.'