Israel will become the fourth country to land on the moon Thursday, thanks to an Israeli non-profit, SpaceIL. SpaceIL will land its spacecraft “Beresheet”, which, in hebrew, means Genesis. Now, Beresheet has been in the moon’s orbit for ten days. The trip will total a distance of 6.5 million kilometers, which is the longest journey to the moon.

Beresheet is reaching a historical point in her two month journey. The landing is expected to begin at 3:00 p.m. ET.