|My name is Eric Rojas Chiong. |
Former Advance Acoustic Analyst (Sensor Operator) for the United States Navy (AW). We used sonobouys instead of the Arecibo Observatory to analyze Radio Frequency behaviours in the oceans within a given frequency spectrum (Classified).
Bjorn Henke v 6.55 Map View software for SETI@Home frequency range is 1418.75 Mhz to 1421.25 Mhz or 1420 Mhz +- 50 Mhz.
I enjoy surfing and snowboarding and most other water sports.
Hopefully, in the future, the approach in analysing data from SETI is that, searching hydrosphere sources. The process of elimination. We need a 3-Dimensional star plot to be able to deduce what is RFI and what is not RFI. Henke is only 2 Dimensional (We can't see behind RFI sources).
|Thoughts about SETI and SETI@home|
|8:51 AM 12/18/2010 Happy Holidays!!!|
Am I looking at the right frequencies (Sources)?
Microorganism ---> 1-3 Billion years of Charles Darwins' Evolution ---> Earthlings! Total of 4.5 billion years, so far!
-As far as the "Doppler" the movement of planets ---> either coming towards (F1) or leaving (F2) earth (true radiated frequency for the Hydrosphere is F0), "MDR"- median detection range, means how strong the signal is (based on intensity, scattering and absorption (by other Galaxies, planetes, etc)), and "CZ" zone (doesn't apply in space), well thats for tracking Earth-like (Habitable) planets.
By the way, "Contact" 1997, with Jodie Foster was pretty good. Not exactly "Hunt for the Red October" movie though. I believe the book by Carl Sagan was much better (more details and room for individual creativity in translation in the book). However, a picture can contain "more than a thousand words".
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