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The new colonial movement: The privately built lunar lander Beresheet has lowered its orbit in preparation for its planned lunar landing on April 11, now set for between 3 and 4 pm (Eastern).
It fired its engines on April 8 for 36 seconds, lowering its orbital low point to 131 miles.
The landing will be live streamed here.