After Apollo 11, other nations set their sights on moon landings, too

When the unmanned Beresheet spacecraft crash-landed on the moon in April, Israel joined a small number of nations that have managed to send vehicles to the lunar surface.

Despite the failure, that elite group, which also includes the U.S., India, China, the Soviet Union and Japan, has been helped by updated technology that has changed space exploration, at least for countries that can afford it. Read more here.