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It's not the first problem the world's first commercial lunar lander has encountered so far.
It could become the first privately built vehicle to reach the lunar surface in human history.
It's one step closer to making space history.
It has pushed the launch by two months.
The Israeli probe will hitch a ride aboard a SpaceX rocket next year.
The race of all races is Google’s Lunar X competition, and there are five finalists as of January 2017 who have to launch before the last day of the year.
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