1. NASA releases pictures of Beresheet moon crash site  The Times of Israel
  2. Moon Crash Site Found! NASA Probe Spots Grave of Israeli Lunar Lander  Space.com
  3. NASA's LROC photographed Israeli lunar lander's crash site  TechSpot
  4. NASA releases first image of Beresheet crash site  Arutz Sheva
  5. NASA image reveals where Israel's doomed lunar lander crashed into the moon  Daily Mail
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Pictures taken by Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter show impact spot where Israeli spacecraft hit not far from its intended landing site on Sea of SerenityPictures taken by Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter show impact spot where Israeli spacecraft hit not far from its intended landing site on Sea of Serenity

NASA releases pictures of Beresheet moon crash site | The Times of Israel

A sharp-eyed NASA spacecraft spotted the probable remains of SpaceIL's Beresheet spacecraft, which crash-landed on the moon last month.

Moon Crash Site Found! NASA Probe Spots Grave of Israeli Lunar Lander | Space

A NASA spacecraft in orbit around the Moon spotted the crash site of an Israeli robotic lander named Beresheet, which slammed into the lunar surface during a botched landing attempt in April. New pictures from the spacecraft show that the lander left a dark, 10-meter-long smudge across the Moon where it hit and then disintegrated.Beresheet’s resting place

NASA spacecraft spots doomed lunar lander’s crash site on Moon’s surface - The Verge

SpaceIL, a non-profit organization, attempted to land its spacecraft in this ancient volcanic field on the nearside of the Moon. After a smooth initial descent, Beresheet made a hard landing on the surface. As soon as its orbit placed NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter over the landing site on April 22, 2019, LRO imaged Beresheet’s impact site.SpaceIL, a non-profit organization, attempted to land its spacecraft in this ancient volcanic field on the nearside of the Moon. After a smooth initial descent, Beresheet made a hard landing on the surface. As soon as its orbit placed NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter over the landing site on April 22, 2019, LRO imaged Beresheet’s impact site.

Beresheet Impact Site Spotted | NASA

“From above, our @NASAMoon orbiter saw the impact site of @TeamSpaceIL’s Beresheet spacecraft: https://t.co/UjezeVeR8w This is not the end of this story, only the end of one amazing chapter. We look forward to exploring the Moon with international partners, including Israel! https://t.co/AlhfHMFqTi”

Thomas Zurbuchen on Twitter: "From above, our @NASAMoon orbiter saw the impact site of @TeamSpaceIL’s Beresheet spacecraft: https://t.co/UjezeVeR8w This is not the end of this story, only the end of one amazing chapter. We look forward to exploring the Moon with international partners, including Israel!… https://t.co/6TJcnZmrdU"

“Here are the first images of where Israeli spacecraft #Beresheet crash landed on the moon's surface, from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera. https://t.co/CyS46LN44O”

Michael Sheetz on Twitter: "Here are the first images of where Israeli spacecraft #Beresheet crash landed on the moon's surface, from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera.… https://t.co/xlWvpKWQMQ"

“#Israel left an impact on the moon. @NASA found the crash site of #Beresheet.”

Joel Lion on Twitter: "#Israel left an impact on the moon. @NASA found the crash site of #Beresheet.… "

NASA found the Beresheet moon lander's crash site via its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. The agency posted images of the area on Wednesday.NASA found the Beresheet moon lander's crash site via its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter. The agency posted images of the area on Wednesday.

NASA images reveal crash site of Israel's failed private moon lander - Business Insider

Image shows dark spot about 10 meters wide said to be where Israeli spacecraft crashed onto moon's surface last month.

NASA releases first image of Beresheet crash site - Israel National News

Space IL launched Beresheet on February 22 and after multiple maneuvers attempted to land the spacecraft on the moon, but a technical error during the landing caused the spacecraft to crash.Space IL launched Beresheet on February 22 and after multiple maneuvers attempted to land the spacecraft on the moon, but a technical error during the landing caused the spacecraft to crash.

Beresheet crash site photos released by NASA - Israel News - Jerusalem Post

A new image captured by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) on April 22 shows a fresh impact site on a region of the moon called Sea of Serenity.A new image captured by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) on April 22 shows a fresh impact site on a region of the moon called Sea of Serenity.

NASA image reveals where Israel's doomed lunar lander crashed into the moon | Daily Mail Online

Beresheet left a mark on the moon.Beresheet left a mark on the moon.

NASA spots site of Israel's heartbreaking moon lander crash - CNET

Back in February, Israel’s SpaceIL sent up its first ever lunar lander on a SpaceX rocket to perform some experiments on the Moon’s surface. It took almost two months for the vehicle named Beresheet to begin its descent. However, the…Back in February, Israel’s SpaceIL sent up its first ever lunar lander on a SpaceX rocket to perform some experiments on the Moon’s surface. It took almost two months for the vehicle named Beresheet to begin its descent. However, the…

NASA's LROC photographed Israeli lunar lander's crash site - TechSpot

Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter passed over the landing site on April 22 and identified a mark on the surface made by Beresheet's April 11 crash***

NASA captures images of Israeli spacecraft's lunar crash site - Science & Health - Haaretz.com

“The study of these impacts is giving us new insights into how the lunar regolith (soil) evolves over time.”

Beresheet Crash Site Located on Moon (Photo) | The Jewish Press - JewishPress.com | Hana Levi Julian | 11 Iyyar 5779 – May 15, 2019 | JewishPress.com

NASA released photos showing the crash site of Israel's SpaceIL lunar lander, which was to have been the first privately funded spacecraft to land on the moon. The photos show a dark smudge where the spacecraft crashed into a vast lava field.