Israel Set to Send Second Astronaut Into SpaceReports indicate Israeli Space Agency is coordinating to have astronaut sent to space, first since Ilan Ramon's tragic death.
Intl. Conference Salutes Israeli Space CommunityDelegations from around the world discuss co-operation in developing space research the Ilan Ramon Space Conference.
Israel to Host 2015 Int'l Space ConferenceIsrael has become one of the world's aeronautic space powers – and in 2015, will step up to host an international space conference.
Tibi: Ramon in Taibe, Arafat in NetanyaMK Tibi: Willing to name a new aerospace center in Taibe after Ilan Ramon, if Netanya names its city hall after Arafat.
MK: Using Ilan Ramon’s Name – Hurtful to ArabsMK Ahmed Tibi calls to avoid use of Israeli astronaut’s name for science institute. “He bombed Arabs.”
NASA Astronaut Gives IAF Cadets Some SpaceCol. William McArthur talks shop with future pilots, learns about the Knights of the Orange Tail.
Jewish Day School Renamed After Ilan RamonStarting in the new school year, a Jewish day school in California will be renamed in memory of the first Israeli astronaut.
‘Made in Israel’ on NASA ShuttleMonday’s scheduled launch of the Endeavor will carry an Israeli experiment that began on the 2003 shuttle that ended in the death of Ilan Ramon.
Ilan, Assaf Ramon AirportAirport to be built at Timna will be named after first Israeli astronaut and his son, both of whom died in crashes.
Jewish Astronaut Heads to SpaceJewish astronaut Garrett Reisman will take the US presidential proclamation of Jewish Heritage Month into space aboard the Atlantis shuttle.