Claire Reilly, CNET

Claire Reilly


Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Recent articles by Claire:

The quiet supersonic airplane that could let you fly faster than ever

With the X-59, NASA and Lockheed Martin want to do the seemingly impossible -- build a jet that flies faster than the speed of sound, without the explosive boom. → Read More

Elon Musk's Boring Loop is finally transporting passengers in Las Vegas

It's not quite the high-speed, driverless future we'd hoped for, but it certainly beats walking. → Read More

Where's my shot? Why the COVID vaccine rollout is so challenging

When will more COVID-19 vaccines become available and when will you get your shot? CNET's Now What turns to a public health expert to answer your biggest questions on vaccines. → Read More

Best travel tech gifts

Your passport likely got far fewer stamps this year. But even a staycation, or a drive in the country, can be better with this travel tech. → Read More

How Boeing is building the world's most powerful deep-space rocket

NASA is sending astronauts back to the moon and on to Mars atop the biggest rocket in history. Boeing reveals why its Space Launch System will shape our deep space future. → Read More

From Apollo to Artemis: The woman putting boots back on the moon

Charlie Blackwell-Thompson has worked on countless rocket launches, but as NASA's Artemis launch director, she's finally helping to put the first woman on the moon. → Read More

NASA Ingenuity: Meet the woman launching a helicopter on Mars

Grueling timelines, tight engineering constraints and a spacecraft weighing under 4 pounds. As the head of NASA's Mars Ingenuity helicopter project, MiMi Aung knows what it takes to work under pressure. → Read More

From NASA to the Mariana Trench: How Kathy Sullivan became the world's most vertical woman

She was part of NASA's first group of female astronauts and the first US woman to conduct a space walk. But in 2020, she set an entirely new world record. → Read More

The Mother of Pulsars: Jocelyn Bell Burnell and the squiggle that changed science

While working on her Ph.D., Bell Burnell analyzed over three miles of chart paper of radio signals from the stars. A great discovery was hiding in the ink. → Read More

The true story of the Mercury 13 and the women who never made it to space

In the early 1960s, 13 women went through a grueling set of tests to prove they could be astronauts. The program's shutdown shaped space travel for decades. → Read More

The Apollo 11 launch, as seen by the only woman in the launch control room

In 1969, JoAnn Morgan saw history firsthand, watching the Apollo 11 lift-off from her console at NASA's Kennedy Space Center. She also made history -- she was the only woman in the room. → Read More

Making Space: The Female Frontier spotlights the women who shaped space exploration

CNET's new podcast series hears from the trailblazing women of space -- from the early days of Apollo to the next giant leap toward Mars. → Read More

How to survive the apocalypse: A practical guide to the end of days

From climate catastrophe to nuclear winter, just how likely is it that humanity will face an apocalyptic event? We break down the world's biggest threats and what you can do to prepare. → Read More

Hacking the Apocalypse: Your guide to surviving the end of the world

The end is nigh! But technology may be the key to helping us survive the apocalypse and avoid certain destruction. → Read More

Your new life on Mars, living in a 3D-printed egg made from rocks

It's shaped like an egg and made from Martian rock, but this habitat could be the solution to life on the red planet. → Read More

Cryonics, brain preservation and the weird science of cheating death

It's the stuff of science fiction: chilling your body inside a stainless steel chamber for years on end. But is cryonics a way to reverse death or is it just a pipe dream? → Read More

Splash-testing survival tech: Locked in a tsunami escape pod in the middle of the ocean

It might look like something from James Bond, but this tsunami survival pod could save your life. → Read More

This vertical farm could be the answer to a future without water

Forget open fields -- this farm uses LED lights, robots and AI to change the taste of your food. → Read More

'We'll be living with masks for years': COVID-19 through the eyes of a pandemic expert

Since the summer of 2019, I've been speaking with one of the world's leading pandemic experts about what a global outbreak could look like. Now, as the world enters a grim new phase, he says we're in a whole new ball game. → Read More

Hacking the Apocalypse: Your new guide to surviving the end of the world

The end is nigh! But technology may be the key to helping us survive the apocalypse and avoid certain destruction. → Read More