The Beresheet spacecraft, built by Israeli non-profit company SpaceIL, is scheduled to land on the Moon today. Landing operations are expected to begin around 19:00 UTC (you can see a UTC clock in the right side of the title bar of this site). Landing is planned for a site in the north of Mare Serenetatis, on the north-east part of the near side of the Moon, within a 15 km area known to have little rubble or rugged terrain. Here is a preview of the landing process from SpaceIL.
For some reason, reading the following paragraph from an article titled: President Trump is fulfilling Prophecies made me feel optimistic today. I am hoping the italicized [my emphasis] sentence in the paragraph will have the effect of being a wake-up call.
“Credit also goes to the current Evangelical Christian community and its leaders and to many non-liberal Jewish individuals and organizations. Unfortunately, too many liberal Jews have traded in their Judaism for multiculturalism and left-wing intersectionality. They have detached themselves from their historic identity with the Promised Land and currently find their promise in hedonistic and anti-Trump causes. They have chosen faddishness over eternity. For them, Israel is but a yawn.”... [Read More]