Here's the English version of the item from the popular show "Ulpan Shishi" on Channel 2 in Israel, from February 8, 2013. The translated version is in the courtesy of "Jerusalem Online":
Dear readers! Long time no speak, but with some reasonable excuses. It’s the holiday season here, what we refer to as High Holy Days.
Nonetheless, we wanted to give you somewhat of a head count.
Neil Armstrong, commander of the Apollo 11 mission, the person who made history on July 20th 1969 and become to first humen to set foot on the moon, had died today at the age of 82.
This accomplished man was not only a NASA astronaut, but also a test pilot, aerospace engineer, university professor, United States naval aviator, and as a culmination - an inspiration to us all.
Readers and followers, have you followed and read the recent articles about us?
The exciting touchdown on Mars surface got us imagining the moment we'll receive the first images of the Israeli flag on the moon and the excitement in our control room when the words "touchdown confirmed" will be heard. In this spirit we keep moving forward.
We had a fun day over at the Mahane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem. We got to meet so many people, and they all had the opportunity to get their picture taken with our spacecraft. Check out these pictures:
Hey there dear readers,
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Now that we got that out of the way, how about we talk a little about our galaxy, as known as The Milky Way?
What do you know about our solar system, that is? I suppose you can read all about it either from the internet or go old-school and open a corporeal book. One wonderful thing about the solar system (And space in general, but we'll get to that another time) is that it's unfathomably strange. How strange you ask? Well, I gathered a few of the following facts to demonstrate: