CLOSE BUT NO CIGAR. ISRAEL CRASHES ON THE MOON.
The mission accomplished a lot including the spectacular photos shown. Hopefully Israel will try again. Updated on 4/12/2019.
China landed on the far side of the moon on January 3, 2019. On 4/11/2019 Israel attempted to be the fourth nation to land a robot on the moon. It was a small robot that would move, take pictures and beam them back to Earth. We did get one great picture before it hit the moon. On the matrix below the axis term is ISRAEL TO THE MOON. It takes only 30 letters to show it with ROCKET at skip +1. This is the only time in Torah that the 3-letter word for rocket appears at skip +1. Odds against such a close meeting are at least 10,160 to 1. Also incredible is that we find the last name of the man who financed this mission, Morris KAHN, at the same skip as ISRAEL TO THE MOON. I WILL JOURNEY A LITTLE merges with the word ROCKET. I had an article about this moon mission up earlier, but I didn't check to see how it would turn out. In fact, the answer was right before me. I just didn't want to see it. The 3-letter word for CRASH crosses and shares a letter resh with THE MOON. I watched the rocket get to about 8.3 miles above the surface when the engine appeared to malfunction. Israel became to 4th nation to reach the surface of the moon, but only with a crash.
STATISTICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF THE MATRIX. As per my standard protocol, no statistical significance is assigned to the axis term, here ISRAEL TO THE MOON at its only ELS in Torah. It's a wrapped matrix. The most significant a priori term is ROCKET at skip +1. It was somewhere found on the 350-letters matrix at skip +1 (best case scenario) against odds of about 871 to 1, and within 30 letters with the axis term against odds of about 10,160 to 1. Next most significant is the name of the man who financed the mission - KHAN - at a special case skip (+/- 1 or the absolute skip of the axis term). It was found this way against odds of about 218 to 1. CRASH at skip +1 crosses and shares a letter resh with THE MOON. Odds against it appearing at skip +1 somewhere on the matrix are about 10 to 1, but odds against it being in 27 letters with the axis term are about 127 to 1. I WILL JOURNEY A LITTLE was not found a priori so it is not included in the calculation. Overall the matrix was found against odds of about 1,957,316 to 1. While no statistical significance was assigned to the 9-letter axis term, it actually had only about a 44% chance to be found at an ELS.
If you're wondering if I checked for success, successful or to land, the answer is yes. None of them were on this matrix. In a 12 column by 24 row (288-letter) matrix I could find TO LAND at skip +1. Odds against that match were about 51 to 1, but we lose the terms ROCKET and KHAN, plus we're stuck with CRASH at skip +1.
Final telemetry values on the mission control screens showed an altitude of 149 m (489 ft), and horizontal and vertical velocities of 946.7 m/s (2,118 mph) and −134 m/s (−300 mph), respectively.