Matthew Reyes

Matthew Reyes

I love exploring harsh geological features in the hunt for strange forms of life. On Earth, Mars, or the moon, the best way would obviously be by motorbike. 

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Here are a few impressive ways that Makers are building their way to outer space right now — and so can you. Read more »


The Centennial Challenges program is one of NASA’s shining stars, and frequently has incubated the cash-winning contestants into government-contracted entrepreneurs such as the winners of the Astronaut Glove, Lunar Lander, and Power Beaming challenges. Read more »


How a Burning Man crew brought space to the Playa. Read more »

Artist concept of asteroid impacting earth. Image credit: Don Davis/NASA

Does the thought of an asteroid falling out of the sky keep you up at night? Join a Hangout with NASA on Thursday to learn more — then help save the Earth by contributing your ideas to the 2014 International Space Apps Challenge this weekend, April 12–13. Read more »

This artist's concept shows the Mars Sample Return lander and its return capsule. Image credit: NASA

NASA is proposing a Centennial Challenge to build robotic rocket sample return systems. Read more »

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Help NASA find all asteroid threats to human populations and know what to do about them. Read more »

DIY Satellite builders have been at it since 1961

Setting the record straight on the history of Do-It-Yourself satellites. Read more »