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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 8 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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The Brown Daily Herald
SETI Institute chair discusses potential for extraterrestrial lifeanswer to the question, “Are we alone?” Jill Tarter, chair of Search for Extra
SETI Institute chair discusses potential for extraterrestrial life
The Brown Daily Herald / Posted 13 days ago
answer to the question, “Are we alone?” Jill Tarter, chair of Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence Research at the SETI Institute in California, is in pursuit of an answer. In a talk titled “Thinking Out Loud: Deciphering Mysteries of Our... Read more
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The Register
Saturn spacecraft immune to mysterious Planet 9's charmsto be down to Kuiper Belt object observations to settle the matter once and for
Saturn spacecraft immune to mysterious Planet 9's charms
The Register / Posted 23 days ago
to be down to Kuiper Belt object observations to settle the matter once and for all. In March, the trail grew warmer when SETI Institute astronomer Michelle Bannister said she'd identified an "as-yet-uncatalogued Kuiper Belt object with an... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
LETTER: Alien intelligenceSETI is starting to look in a different place for signs of alien intelligence i
LETTER: Alien intelligence
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
SETI is starting to look in a different place for signs of alien intelligence in our galaxy. Until now astronomers at the SETI Institute have focused on stars similar to our Sun for signs of life on their orbiting planets. But now they have... Read more
26d
Colorado Daily
Conference on World Affairs preview: Having fun with the end of the worldhave three weeks to live; you probably have fun for three weeks," suggested pan
Conference on World Affairs preview: Having fun with the end of the world
Colorado Daily / Posted 26 days ago
have three weeks to live; you probably have fun for three weeks," suggested panelist Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute, the facility in Mountain View, Calif., engaged in seeking radio signals that would indicate the presence of... Read more
27d
The Columbian
Scientists look to red dwarfs for aliensin our galaxy are red dwarfs — “the dim bulbs of the universe,” in the words of
Scientists look to red dwarfs for aliens
The Columbian / Posted 27 days ago
in our galaxy are red dwarfs — “the dim bulbs of the universe,” in the words of Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, Calif. But although these small, relatively gloomy stars are all over the place, they’ve... Read more
29d
News.com.au
Strange new place we’re looking for aliensintelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section o
Strange new place we’re looking for aliens
News.com.au / Posted 29 days ago
intelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section of the Milky Way. Researchers at the SETI Institute will spend the next two years scanning some of the oldest and smallest stars in our galaxy, known as red dwarf... Read more
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29d
Perth Now
Strange new place we’re looking for aliensintelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section o
Strange new place we’re looking for aliens
Perth Now / Posted 29 days ago
intelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section of the Milky Way. Researchers at the SETI Institute will spend the next two years scanning some of the oldest and smallest stars in our galaxy, known as red dwarf... Read more
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29d
Daily Telegraph
Strange new place we’re looking for aliensSETI Institute looks towards red dwarf planets for alien life | DailyTelegraph
Strange new place we’re looking for aliens
Daily Telegraph / Posted 29 days ago
SETI Institute looks towards red dwarf planets for alien life | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Astronomers in California are turning their attention to ‘red... Read more
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29d
Adelaide Now
Strange new place we’re looking for aliensintelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section o
Strange new place we’re looking for aliens
Adelaide Now / Posted 29 days ago
intelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section of the Milky Way. Researchers at the SETI Institute will spend the next two years scanning some of the oldest and smallest stars in our galaxy, known as red dwarf... Read more
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29d
Herald Sun
Strange new place we’re looking for aliensintelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section o
Strange new place we’re looking for aliens
Herald Sun / Posted 29 days ago
intelligence) Institute’s latest decision to look in a much neglected section of the Milky Way. Researchers at the SETI Institute will spend the next two years scanning some of the oldest and smallest stars in our galaxy, known as red dwarf... Read more
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30d
Daily Star
Scientists find new place to look for alien civilisationsspotted levitating in Turkey on CCTV Alien spotted levitating in Turkey on CCT
Scientists find new place to look for alien civilisations
Daily Star / Posted 30 days ago
spotted levitating in Turkey on CCTV Alien spotted levitating in Turkey on CCTV Alien spacecraft spotted at night SETI Institute astronomer Seth Shostak said: "This may be one instance in which older is better. "Older solar systems have... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Scientists Offer Plan To Hide Earth From Advanced Space Alienswhich case our humble efforts to fool them with lasers are probably doomed." D
Scientists Offer Plan To Hide Earth From Advanced Space Aliens
The Huffington Post / Posted 1 months ago
which case our humble efforts to fool them with lasers are probably doomed." Dr. Seth Shostak, senior astronomer at the SETI Institute in Mountain View, California, said the plan could actually backfire. "Advanced societies will sure already... Read more
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Engadget
SETI to begin searching older star systems for sentient lifewhite dwarfs -- make up a vast majority of stars in the Milky Way galaxy, rough
SETI to begin searching older star systems for sentient life
Engadget / Posted 1 months ago
white dwarfs -- make up a vast majority of stars in the Milky Way galaxy, roughly 75 percent of them in fact, according to SETI Institute astronomer, Seth Shostak. And the fact that they are far older than our Sun means that the planets orbiting... Read more
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DW
SETI to expand search for alien life to 20,000 red dwarf stars |to find alien life. The stars are red dwarfs, which are relatively dim compare
SETI to expand search for alien life to 20,000 red dwarf stars |
DW / Posted 1 months ago
to find alien life. The stars are red dwarfs, which are relatively dim compared to our own sun. But a statement from the SETI Institute (Search for Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) expressed optimism that many of them host planets: "Exoplanet... Read more
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Raw Story
Search for alien signals expands to 20,000 star systemspoor targets for intelligent extraterrestrial life, US researchers said Wednesd
Search for alien signals expands to 20,000 star systems
Raw Story / Posted 1 months ago
poor targets for intelligent extraterrestrial life, US researchers said Wednesday. New scientific data has led the SETI Institute to believe systems orbiting red dwarfs — dim, long-lived stars that are on average billions of years older... Read more
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iol.co.za
Search for alien life expandspoor targets for intelligent extraterrestrial life, US researchers said on Wedn
Search for alien life expands
iol.co.za / Posted 1 months ago
poor targets for intelligent extraterrestrial life, US researchers said on Wednesday. New scientific data has led the SETI Institute to believe systems orbiting red dwarfs – dim, long-lived stars that are on average billions of years older... Read more
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