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Below are short scientific reports about specific SETI@home-related topics. If you are looking for more general information our project, please try our About SETI@home page.
May 4, 2010 - How to Mitigate Radar Contamination
May 26, 2009 - SERENDIP Takes a Great Leap Forward (by the Planetary Society)
September 16, 2008 - Astropulse: A New Way for E.T. to Phone Home (radio interview with Dan Werthimer) (by the Planetary Society)
August 27, 2008 - Astropulse: A Fresh Look at the Skies in Search of E.T. (by the Planetary Society)
January 15, 2008 - From SETI@home to Hominid Fossils: Citizens' Cyberscience Reshapes Research Landscape. (by the Planetary Society)
November 8 2007 - Planetary System Detected Around SETI@home Target Star (by the Planetary Society)
July 9, 2007 - Radar Blanking
June 19, 2007 - Update on Arecibo Painting Upgrade
August 14, 2006 - With Multi-Beam Receiver, SETI@home Takes Giant Step Forward (by the Planetary Society)
July 7, 2005 - Analyzing Signals in Real Time (by the Planetary Society)
September 20, 2004 - SETI@Home Chief Scientist Dan Werthimer Says Sorry, Wrong Number (radio show) (by the Planetary Society)
August 24, 2004 - Scientists from Different Fields Line Up to Join the BOINC Family (by the Planetary Society)
August 4, 2004 - Multi-Beam Receiver Promises New Vistas for SETI Research (by the Planetary Society)
April 28, 2004 - SETI@home Reobservation Report
February 17, 2004 - Rescored Candidates
August 28, 2003 - Telescope Pointing Corrections
February 25, 2003 - Receiver testing and maintenance
February 14, 2003 - The Crab Nebula - An example of telescope position testing
February 4, 2003 - Keeping up with data in 2002
December 15, 2002 - Magical frames of reference and signal candidates
October 24, 2002 - Identifying SETI@home's Best Signal Candidates for Reobservation
April 29, 2002 - The Signal Candidate Scoring System
April 2, 2002 - An Explanation of Signal Candidates
March 5, 2002 - Persistency Checking of Gaussians
February 21, 2002 - A New Receiver for SETI@home (by the Planetary Society)
November 6, 2001 - Using SETI@home data to Explore Hydrogen Distribution in the Galaxy
August 29, 2001 - Persistent Signals
July 24, 2001 - Result Verification
May 4, 2001 - Examining Radio Signal Spikes Using Clickplots
February 28, 2001 - Distinguishing Possible ET Signals From Noise and RFI
November 29, 2000 - Telescope Position Testing
June 19, 2000 - Multiple Detection Search
June 19, 2000 - Unexplainable Spikes
May 4, 2000 - First Quick Look at Data
March 29, 2000 - General Update

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