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PhysOrg
Finding aliens may be even easier than previously thoughtis hard work. Between spending decades listening to space for signs of radio tr
Finding aliens may be even easier than previously thought
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
is hard work. Between spending decades listening to space for signs of radio traffic – which is what the good people at the SETI Institute have been doing – and waiting for the day when it is possible to send spacecraft to neighboring star systems,... Read more
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The Hindu
Ancient Mars hosted habitable environments: studyinto history when the climate on Mars was very different from the cold and dry
Ancient Mars hosted habitable environments: study
The Hindu / Posted 2 days ago
into history when the climate on Mars was very different from the cold and dry desert of today,” said Janice Bishop of the SETI Institute in the U.S. Carbonates beneath the surface of Mars point to a warmer and wetter environment in that planet’s... Read more
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PhysOrg
Potential habitats for early life on Marsfostered the emergence of life. A new study by James Wray at the Georgia Insti
Potential habitats for early life on Mars
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
fostered the emergence of life. A new study by James Wray at the Georgia Institute of Technology and Janice Bishop of the SETI Institute, as well as other collaborators, has found evidence for widespread buried deposits of iron- and calcium-rich... Read more
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Daily Mail
Marshlands on early Mars could have been home to lifehistory when the climate on Mars was very different from the cold and dry deser
Marshlands on early Mars could have been home to life
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
history when the climate on Mars was very different from the cold and dry desert of today,' said Dr Janice Bishop, from the Seti Institute, who was one of the researchers involved in the study. There is a growing consensus among scientists that... Read more
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Mashable
Extreme solar flares shot out by a young sun may have incubated life on Earthfor life to evolve, if this new study can be used to understand these kinds of
Extreme solar flares shot out by a young sun may have incubated life on Earth
Mashable / Posted 4 days ago
for life to evolve, if this new study can be used to understand these kinds of stars as well. That extreme space weather, “stirs the pot,” Seth Shostak, a researcher at the SETI Institute unaffiliated with the study, told Mashable in an inte... Read more
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Daily Mail
We need to think more carefully about the messages we send to ETwhich didn't turn out well for the Native Americans,' he said in an interview.
We need to think more carefully about the messages we send to ET
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
which didn't turn out well for the Native Americans,' he said in an interview. But co-founder and former director of the Seti Institute, Jill Tarter, doesn't think this will be the case. She argues any aliens who have managed to travel across... Read more
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Mashable
The ocean within Jupiter's moon Europa may be just right for lifeof Europa seen by the Galileo spacecraft. The dark streaks may be from irradiat
The ocean within Jupiter's moon Europa may be just right for life
Mashable / Posted 9 days ago
of Europa seen by the Galileo spacecraft. The dark streaks may be from irradiated sea salt. Image: NASA/JPL-Caltech/SETI Institute The study specifically looked at how much hydrogen is produced when the seawater of Europa's ocean interacts... Read more
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PhysOrg
Europa's ocean may have an Earthlike chemical balanceJupiter’s icy moon Europa. Credit: NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, SETI Institu
Europa's ocean may have an Earthlike chemical balance
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Jupiter’s icy moon Europa. Credit: NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory, SETI Institute The ocean of Jupiter's moon Europa could have the necessary balance of chemical energy for life, even if the moon lacks volcanic hydrothermal activity, finds a new... Read more
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Mashable
American presidents and their weird relationships with UFO conspiracy theoriescompany Kelton Research, about 36 percent of the United States population belie
American presidents and their weird relationships with UFO conspiracy theories
Mashable / Posted 13 days ago
company Kelton Research, about 36 percent of the United States population believes in UFOs. “This is not a fringe thing,” SETI Institute astronomer Seth Shostak told Mashable in an interview. The Central Intelligence Agency has released a full... Read more
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Daily Mail
The 'Dyson sphere' signals are NOT caused by aliens, claims studybe detected even if only a tiny percentage of this energy were used for signall
The 'Dyson sphere' signals are NOT caused by aliens, claims study
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
be detected even if only a tiny percentage of this energy were used for signalling. The attention caused scientists at the SETI Institute to train its Alien Telescope Array on the star to see if they could detect any radio signals indicating the... Read more
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PhysOrg
New study supports natural causes, not alien activity, explain mystery star's behaviorlight curve" as "consistent with" a swarm of alien-constructed megastructures.
New study supports natural causes, not alien activity, explain mystery star's behavior
PhysOrg / Posted 18 days ago
light curve" as "consistent with" a swarm of alien-constructed megastructures. The attention caused scientists at the SETI Institute to train its Alien Telescope Array on the star to see if they could detect any radio signals indicating the... Read more
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Daily Mail
A new list shows the gases we should be using to find alienswhich didn't turn out well for the Native Americans,' he said in an interview.
A new list shows the gases we should be using to find aliens
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
which didn't turn out well for the Native Americans,' he said in an interview. But co-founder and former director of the Seti Institute, Jill Tarter, doesn't think this will be the case. She argues any aliens who have managed to travel across... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mystery of space radio signals solved - and no, it's not ETwhich didn't turn out well for the Native Americans,' he said in an interview.
Mystery of space radio signals solved - and no, it's not ET
Daily Mail / Posted a month ago
which didn't turn out well for the Native Americans,' he said in an interview. But co-founder and former director of the Seti Institute, Jill Tarter, doesn't think this will be the case. She argues any aliens who have managed to travel across... Read more

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