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The world’s first privately-funded lunar lander to launch by end of 2018

SpaceIL's uncrewed lunar land will spend two days on the Moon. Source: SpaceIL

SpaceIL is an Israeli-based nonprofit start-up and alum of the Google Lunar XPRIZE. The company has raised $88 million from private donations to complete the development of the lunar lander. If successful, the start-up will become the first participant in the Google Lunar XPRIZE to reach the Moon. It will also be the world’s first privately-funded lunar mission to reach the Moon…

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