Just three days after announcing the crash-landing of its first rover to the moon, Israeli non-profit organisation SpaceIL announced its plans to build and send a second one. Morris Kahn, one of SpaceIL’s major donors, made the announcement on Twitter in the form of a 45-second video. “The dream goes on,” he wrote in his tweet. Although a special task force has been formed to start work on the second lunar rover, there’s no word yet on when it will make it to the moon. The name of the mission this time is Beresheet 2.0.