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Message 425488 - Posted: 23 Sep 2006, 21:01:44 UTC
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Following the success of our last mp3 (over 3,600 downloads to date)we are pleased to announce another mp3 which will be of huge interest to all BOINC users, which will become available in about 10 days time. If you haven`t downloaded or listened to our current one yet:

Arecibo Multi-Beam Receiver and Recorder

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We don`t brag about how many credits we have or how brilliant our site, forum or Team may be - we go out and produce a regular Newsletter and mp3`s covering articles which we think you may be interested in.

So if you are looking for a Team to join, come and have a look around and make up your own mind. Want to join us, well that is great. However, if you just want to read our newsletter or listen to our mp3`s we are just as pleased.

We hope to inform as well as do the science.


Do your bit for science (Cancer, ET, Climate Prediction) - come and help us out.

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Message 428365 - Posted: 29 Sep 2006, 20:52:43 UTC
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Over 4,000 of your thought this good enough to download.

We will be making an announcement very shortly regarding another project that we have planned that we know will interest you all

Come back tomorrow to find out what it is.


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