Orli Avior photographed the Cohen home in Ashkelon, which took a direct hit at 6:30am August 26.

Residents of the badly hit southern city tell ISRAEL21c how they managed to keep fear at bay through this long summer of sirens and missiles.

Slime is making millions of people sick every year. Photo via www.shutterstock.com

An Israeli graduate student devises anti-slime coating for boxes used to transport fruits and vegetables to market.

Thirteen-year-old Tal shopping for school supplies in Jerusalem on August 26, 2014. Photo by Nati Shohat/FLASH90

Though the routine of school starting on September 1 is welcomed by most Israelis, the emotional wounds of summer are still fresh.

This illustration shows the DeOrbiter 1 microsatellite attached to a much larger communication satellite after the rendezvous and docking process, and pushing it to the "graveyard orbit."

Israel’s first private space startup, Effective Space Solutions, says it will be ready to move misplaced satellites into the correct orbit in 18 months.

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