The New Center Of Technology - Israel's mega projects for the next 12 year

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    Didn't You know, they have already pressed charges in Hague,
    the landing spot for the Israeli spacecraft has been 'Palestinian land' since before Jews ruined the moon.

    True story.
     
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    Tel Aviv's tallest building receives final approval

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    The 100-floor building will be located on the boundaries of Tel Aviv, Givatayim, and Ramat Gan.

    The largest office tower in Israel has been approved. The Tel Aviv District Planning and Building Commission in the Planning Administration today rejected the objections and gave final approval to a plan for building the 100-storey Bein Arim Tower. The Tel Aviv municipality-owned site is located in the heart of the metropolitan business district between Shefa Tal Street in Givatayim, Jabotinsky Street in Ramat Gan, and the exit ramp from the Ayalon Highway (Arlosorov Interchange), near the Savidor Railway Station and the Tel Aviv light railway Red Line.

    The plant includes 120,000 square meters of main space for offices, hotels, commerce, and public space. In addition to the tower, two six-storey public buildings will be constructed nearby. The Tel Aviv municipality will set uses for these two buildings in the future.

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    It is believed that the Tel Aviv municipality will soon issue a tender to market the land to developers. Due to the scope of the project and the fact that most of its uses are for offices and hotels, large companies oriented towards offices such as Azrieli Group Ltd.(TASE: Amot Investments Ltd.(TASE:AMOT), and Nitsba Holdings Ltd. (TASE: NTBA) are expected to take an interest in the tender, as well as cooperation between income-producing real estate companies and players in the hotel industry.


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    "Palestinians, Iranian, Syrians, ISIS on the border... and some annoying BDS"



    [​IMG] so....[​IMG] what are you trying to say ?



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    ...yet Israel, thank G-d, after only 70 years of non-stop pressure from every possible direction and never ending attempts to wipe us out, has flourished into the leading society of the middle east, to say the least.
     
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    IAI studying follow-on opportunities for SpaceIL lunar lander

    PARIS — As it completes a lunar lander scheduled for launch late this year, an Israeli company says it’s looking for opportunities to do similar future spacecraft to tap into the growing demand for lunar missions.

    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is completing work on a lander for an Israel nonprofit organization, SpaceIL, a former competitor in the Google Lunar X Prize. In July, SpaceIL announced that the lander would launch in December on a SpaceX Falcon 9 from Florida, landing on the moon Feb. 13.

    Those launch plans firmed up Sept. 11 when Spaceflight Industries, a provider of rideshare launch services, announced plans for a series of rideshare missions to geostationary transfer orbit, starting with several payloads that will accompany a satellite built by Space Systems Loral on a Falcon 9. While spaceflight said that manifest for that mission was full, the only payload it disclosed was SpaceIL’s lunar lander.

    Spaceflight also did not disclose the primary payload for the launch, but industry observers believe it is the PSN-6 communications satellite, which is the next SSL-built GEO satellite scheduled for launch on a Falcon 9. That launch is expected late this year or early next year.

    IAI is serving as the prime contractor for the SpaceIL-designed lander, whose cost SpaceIL has estimated to be $88 million. “We’re in the middle of testing. It’s going along exactly as planned. We’ll be ready to launch at the end of the year,” said Opher Doron, vice president and general manager of IAI’s space division, in an interview here Sept. 11 during Euroconsult’s World Satellite Business Week.

    SpaceIL’s primary purpose for doing the lunar lander mission was to inspire Israeli students to pursue science and engineering careers, with no plans to do additional missions. Doron noted that SpaceIL’s outreach efforts during development of the lander had reached more than one million students in the country.

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    oh....Ohhh. Wasn't sure about shazoom's post (forgot what side [​IMG] he is on)................he was just adding to the list of .....islamic obstacles.....
     
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    NASA To Test Israeli-Made Radiation Protection Space Vest On Orion EM-1 Flight

    Israel’s Space Agency (ISA) and NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) announced on Tuesday that they were joining forces to protect astronauts in space from radiation exposure, tapping into technology developed by Israeli company StemRad for a radiation protection vest it created, the AstroRad, set to be tested in deep space.

    NASA is set to launch the AstroRad into space as part of the last test flight of its Orion spacecraft, with dummies on deck, before manned missions begin. The launch is planned for 2019 and the spacecraft will spend about three weeks in space, including in retrograde orbit around the moon. The trial will involve testing the new protective suit against cosmic gamma rays as part of a feasibility study for any future mission to Mars.

     
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    NASA, Israel Space Agency Sign Agreement for Commercial Lunar Cooperation

    NASA has signed an agreement with the Israel Space Agency (ISA) to cooperatively utilize the Israeli nonprofit SpaceIL’s commercial lunar mission, expected to land on the Moon in 2019.

    NASA will contribute a laser retroreflector array to aid with ground tracking and Deep Space Network support to aid in mission communication. ISA and SpaceIL will share data with NASA from the SpaceIL lunar magnetometer installed aboard the spacecraft. The instrument, which was developed in collaboration with the Weizmann Institute of Science, will measure the magnetic field on and above the landing site. The data will be made publicly available through NASA’s Planetary Data System. In addition, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter will attempt to take scientific measurements of the SpaceIL lander as it lands on the Moon.

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    And, as I posted, Israel is involved with major projects overseas such as moving recycled water from Tijuana, Mexico to the wine valley to the south.
     
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    The first pictures from the second international airport of Israel, almost finished, are expected to open in the coming months (from the page on 'infrastructure'). For years we have been waiting to finish the project with the magnificent view, and it is coming. This is the time for a third international airport in Israel, and for the construction of the Eilat-Central Railway - גיא בכור Guy Bechor

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