Project Argus / Offline work

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Message 1192690 - Posted: 9 Feb 2012, 0:35:59 UTC

If project Argus is still active, you should put up instructions and contact details for it.

Project Argus encourages people to convert disused Satellite / Microwave dishes into recievers to listen for signals SETI.

There should also be a way to download the SETI@home packages for offline processing.

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Message 1192692 - Posted: 9 Feb 2012, 0:43:09 UTC - in response to Message 1192690.

If project Argus is still active, you should put up instructions and contact details for it.

Project Argus encourages people to convert disused Satellite / Microwave dishes into recievers to listen for signals SETI.

There should also be a way to download the SETI@home packages for offline processing.

There are many SETI projects. Argus is one, SETI@Home is another. Not all are affiliated with each other. Argus is associated with the SETI League, SETI@Home is not as far as I know.


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