The chip developed at Ramon Spice came closest to the sun

שמש שצולמה ממרחק של 77 מליון קילומטר

Wherever you look at the sky we are there.” Prof. Ran Ginosar of the Viterbi Faculty of Electrical Engineering, who was deeply involved in the Technion satellite, is the founder of Ramon Space, the Israeli promise of the “New Space” revolution. “We thought that if we were already building a space chip, we would build the best chip in the world. There are 5,000 people in Israel who know how to make chips better than all the Europeans combined. We have a glorious chip industry, both thanks to Intel’s company, established here in 1974 and also due to the fact that many Israelis worked in Silicon Valley and returned to Israel.”