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Message 1933283 - Posted: 3 May 2018, 0:15:54 UTC
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Of course it's been a busy time as always, but I'll quickly say I posted something on the general SETI blog:

http://seti.berkeley.edu/blog/trip-to-parkes-april-2018/

The short story: Last week I and others on the Breakthrough Listen team took a trip to Parkes Observatory in NSW, Australia. A short but productive visit, getting much needed maintenance done. However, we're still not exactly quite there for generating/distributing raw data from Parkes to be used for SETI@home. This will happen, though!

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Message 1933285 - Posted: 3 May 2018, 0:31:25 UTC

Thanks for the Parkes update Matt. Is it the data reduction holding things up?
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Message 1933291 - Posted: 3 May 2018, 2:16:32 UTC

I've been to Parkes too. I'm glad you had a good time there, and got to see more than what the average visitor would.
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Message 1933660 - Posted: 4 May 2018, 19:38:44 UTC

So you got a chance to go to THE dish? Lucky man! Awesome :)



So what part and how much of the sky will you be able to eventually observe from Down Under?
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