Approximately $88 million investment has been made in the spacecraftâ€™s development and construction.
Israel is set to created historyÂ with a lunar landing mission scheduled for February 13, 2019.
Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and SpaceIL have collaborated for the mission, which is planned to launch in December from Cape Canaveral in US,Â according toÂ aÂ reportÂ by Israel Defense. However, the final launch date will be announced later.
The 1.5 m (over 4.9 ft.) high spacecraft is 2 m (6.5 ft.) in diameter, and the carried fuel will weigh around 75 percent of its total weight, according to the report.
The maximum speed expected to reach is over 10 km per second (36,000 kilometers, or nearly 22,370 miles, per hour), the report adds.
Approximately $88 million investment hasÂ been madeÂ in the spacecraftâ€™s development and construction.
The spacecraftÂ will start taking photos and video of landing site, measuring the moonâ€™s magnetic field for a scientific experiment being conducted in collaboration with the Weizmann Institute.