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April 30, 1993 - Image 54

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-04-30

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Outreach Service
For T'chiyah

Religious School
Open House

Congregation T'chiyah will
celebrate Shabbat in Oak
Park on May 1. The
Reconstructionist Shabbat
service, which will feature a
discussion by U.S. Senator
Carl Levin, will be at the
Workmen's Circle Center.
The outreach service will be
led by Molly Harris and Jor-
dan Rossen. Sen. Levin is a
founding member of Con-
gregation T'chiyah.
For information about ser-
vices or Congregation
T'chiyah, call Sandy Hansell,
559-1818; or Judy Harris,
646-9455.

The Beth Achim branch of the
Congregation Religious
School will host an open
house noon-1 p.m. May 2 at
21100 West 12 Mile Road,
Southfield.
The consecration ceremony
of the youngest members of
the school will take place.
Refreshments will be served.
For information, call Barry
Levine, 855-1713 or 352-8223.

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Congregation B'nai Moshe
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Kabbalat Family Shabbat
service 7:30 p.m. May 7. The
services will be held the first
Friday of every month at the
synagogue.
In addition to the tradi-
tional service, there will be
elements for family and youth
participation. An Oneg Shab-
bat will follow.
B'nai Moshe also will con-
tinue its regularly scheduled
6 p.m. Friday services each
week.

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Temple Plans
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An Israeli Satellite
Launched By Russia

Tel Aviv (JTA) — An Israeli
satellite designed and de-
veloped by students at the
Technion-Israel Institute of
Technology will be launched
by the Russian space in-
dustry in the next two years,
under a cooperative agree-
ment signed this week in
Haifa.
The Technion, in Haifa,
has already started to design
the satellite in cooperation
with several Israeli com-
panies, including Israel Air-
craft Industries.
The Russians will build
the rocket needed to launch
the satellite and will launch
it in Russia.
The project will mark the
first time a foreign concern
will launch an Israeli
satellite.
According to Technion of-
ficials, the micro-satellite,
weighing 52 kilograms (114
pounds), will be one of only

three student satellites in
the world.
Labeled the Gurwin-1-
Techsat, it is slated to in-
clude Technion-designed
communications equipment
and a video surveying
camera.
An official of the Israel
Space Agency, which is also
involved in the project, said
the satellite would also be
used to carry out experi-
ments, including ozone mea-
surements in the at-
mosphere.
The video equipment is to
be used to photograph the
Earth on a special
wavelength to enable the
monitoring of climatic
phenomena.
This is the first of a series
of satellites that the Technion
will design and launch into
space, providing students
with real hands-on experi-
ence.

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