Israel became the seventh nation to orbit the moon Thursday.

A Space IL spacecraft called Beresheet is scheduled to land on the moon on April 11 after it entered the celestial body's orbit, according to The Jerusalem Post. It was previously in the Earth's orbit. 


An account that appears to belong to Space IL tweeted to celebrate the craft's entrance into the moon's orbit. 

Space IL is partnered with the Israeli Space Agency and NASA for the project, according to NASA's website. Beresheet, which means Genesis in Hebrew, launched from Cape Canaveral, Fla., in February.