SSC 21.2: Industry Sharing by SpaceIL

Photo credits: SpaceIL
Mr Yonatan Winetraub, Co-Founder of SpaceIL and subject matter expert of SSC 2021, will be sharing about Beresheet (the first commercial moon lander) and how SpaceIL managed to achieve that!

Course information

  • Instructor:
    Mr Yonatan Winetraub
  • Level
    Beginner 
  • Study time
    15 minutes
  • Video time
    45 minutes 
This lecture is part of SSTL's Singapore Space Challenge 2021 webinar series

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Meet the instructor

Mr Yonatan Winetraub

Yonatan Winetraub is co-founder of SpaceIL, a $100M Israeli non-profit organization that attempted to land Beresheet, the first private interplanetary robotic mission, on the Moon on April 11, 2019.

Yonatan has spoken about space technology and radical shifts in the space industry to audiences all over the world and has been recognized in Forbes Israel 30 under 30 and Globes Israel 40 under 40. Yonatan is currently a PhD candidate and Bio-X Bowes fellow at Stanford in Biophysics where he is studying a method to interpret and intercept cancer cell communication.

In addition, he was part of the International Space University Program at NASA Ames studying how we can create Martian colonies utilizing shelter and water from Martian lava caves. He has a masters in Electrical Engineering and also studied Computational Neuroscience at Tel Aviv University where he focused on how regions in the brain collaborate to create our emotions. He has published many papers in the fields of neuroscience, cancer imaging and aerospace engineering.
Patrick Jones - Course author

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How do I register for your courses?

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I have more than 1 child and would like to sign them up for the same course - how do I do so?

To access our courses, each student will need their own personal account on Spacelab. To do so, you will need to create an account for each of them on Spacelab using their individual email. You can refer to the guide on how to sign up for an account for more information.

I have a problem signing up for one of the courses, who do I contact?

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