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News

Nebula progress
Read about recent progress in our back-end data analysis: Taking the long view
21 Jan 2021, 5:59:34 UTC · Discuss


SETI@home talk today
David Anderson will give a talk on SETI@home for the Zoom meeting of the Steel City ARC, today at 7:30 PM Eastern time. UPDATE: a recording of the talk is here.
13 Jan 2021, 21:07:18 UTC · Discuss


Nebula update
Check out All in the Timing III, a rundown on recent progress in back-end data analysis.
22 Dec 2020, 4:10:31 UTC · Discuss


Bryon Leigh Hatch and Arecibo have passed on.
We got two pieces of really bad news yesterday. Byron Leigh Hatch, founder of the Carl Sagan team, all around smart and thoughtful guy, and a setizen since shortly after SETI@home began in 1999, passed away in August. There is a thread for leaving remembrances here. He will be missed.

And, of course, we were informed of the collapse of the elevated structure at Arecibo. It was clear after the second cable broke, the structure would come down soon. As much as we were unhappy that the repair efforts had to be abandoned because of the danger, it's clear now that it was the right call. It's our hope that we will find national support for building new scientific facilities on Puerto Rico in the near future.
2 Dec 2020, 18:59:36 UTC · Discuss


Encouraging progress in back-end data analysis
Check out Good non-barycentric news, a summary of recent work in Nebula.
23 Nov 2020, 9:52:01 UTC · Discuss


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