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Matthew F. Reyes

Matthew F. Reyes

Founder of Exploration Solutions, Inc, distributor of the future in research, education & technology projects. Matthew supports NASA Ames Research Center and others in Silicon Valley as an independent contractor. Matthew is an occasional contributor to Make Magazine and a guest editor for #DIYSpaceWeek

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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 »

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Put your CubeSat into lunar orbit and see if it can send back data from the farthest reaches of space. Read more »

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Space is becoming increasingly accessible to more people thanks to plummeting costs, weight, and energy use of the technologies needed for freeflying satellites to sense and direct their orientation, communicate with the ground, and perform complicated computations in real time on orbit. The dawn of this new age of DIY satellite... Read more »

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