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FIRST PRIVATE ISRAELI LUNAR MISSION WILL LAUNCH IN FEBRUARY

An Israeli nonprofit said it has pushed back the launch of what it hopes will be the first private spacecraft to land on the moon until February.

Officials from SpaceIL and its project partner, the state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries, announced that

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