Nanosatellite built by Israeli high-schoolers blasts into space

‘Duchifat-2,’ a joint venture by dozens of pupils from around the country, will study the lower thermosphere By Stuart Winer Participating high school students hold up the Duchifat-2 nanosatellite that was launched into space from the Kennedy Space Center, Cape Canaveral, Florida, April 18, 2017. (Israel Space Agency/Roi Greenberg) A tiny satellite built by Israeli high…

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