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Rachel Hobson

Rachel Hobson

Rachel Hobson is a freelance craft writer and editor who is obsessed with hand embroidery and all things geektastic and funny. She has a passion for creating community through crafting. She’s also a huge space geek, and enjoys living five minutes from Houston’s Johnson Space Center where she can get her fill of rockets any time she pleases.

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I was at Kennedy Space Center last week for the launch of STS-135, and had the opportunity to talk with former astronaut John Grunsfeld about the RRM. It turns out that Grunsfeld is a big fan of MAKE, and he described the RRM as being a very "MAKE" project. He... Read more »

The second season of the Science Channel’s series The Meteorite Men premieres tonight! Today, we’re featuring an extended version of my Q&A with Geoff and Steve that appears in the current, DIY Space issue, of MAKE, Volume 24. Q&A with The Meteorite Men Geoff Notkin and Steve Arnold hunt for... Read more »

Last week, we featured each of our top five finalists in the Save My Oceans contest. Now we can reveal which of these finalists is the Grand Prize Winner. All the entries in the contest were impressive, and it was great to see all the fun, innovative and practical ways... Read more »

The projects submitted to our Save My Oceans contest were innovative and inspirational and were all great examples of the brilliant ways our readers reuse plastics. Each day this week, we’ll highlight one of our top five entries, and we’ll announce the Grand prize winner next Monday. Be sure to... Read more »

The projects submitted to our Save My Oceans contest were innovative and inspirational and were all great examples of the brilliant ways our readers reuse plastics. Each day this week, we’ll highlight one of our top five entries, and we’ll announce the Grand prize winner next Monday. Be sure to... Read more »

The projects submitted to our Save My Oceans contest were innovative and inspirational and were all great examples of the brilliant ways our readers reuse plastics. Each day this week, we’ll highlight one of our top five entries, and we’ll announce the Grand prize winner next Monday. Be sure to... Read more »

The projects submitted to our Save My Oceans contest were innovative and inspirational and were all great examples of the brilliant ways our readers reuse plastics. Each day this week, we’ll highlight one of our top five entries, and we’ll announce the Grand prize winner next Monday. Be sure to... Read more »

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