Since the announcement of Gliese 581c (the first possibly habitable extrasolar planet), we've been asked many times about what we have seen during our observations of this red dwarf star. Unf

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Message 956697 - Posted: 30 Apr 2007, 0:00:00 UTC

Since the announcement of Gliese 581c
(the first possibly habitable extrasolar planet), we've been asked many times about
what we have seen during our observations of this red dwarf star.
Unfortunately, Gliese 581 is located just beyond the visible sky we
can see at Arecibo Observatory, so we actually made no such observations.

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