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Message 483500 - Posted: 16 Dec 2006, 18:05:26 UTC

Should SETI@home and Allen Telescope Array run with combined efforts? Please, answer 'yes' or 'no'. Remember to give also some comments.

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Message 483501 - Posted: 16 Dec 2006, 18:06:17 UTC

Yes, they should. I would like to get some data from ATA. :-)

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Message 483514 - Posted: 16 Dec 2006, 18:26:54 UTC

Depends on whether a system of only one hectare will do comparably to (or better than) our current setup (with Alfa), whether we can depend on Arecibo to provide us with data in the future (or be shut down) and how the other projects are doing- Parkes, the One-Square-Kilometer, etc, and whether Seti will be able to use them. Funds will be a crucial factor.
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Message 484471 - Posted: 17 Dec 2006, 22:19:32 UTC - in response to Message 483514.  
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Depends on whether a system of only one hectare will do comparably to (or better than) our current setup (with Alfa), whether we can depend on Arecibo to provide us with data in the future (or be shut down) and how the other projects are doing- Parkes, the One-Square-Kilometer, etc, and whether Seti will be able to use them. Funds will be a crucial factor.


And donations! Did you read Pappa's post here?

This project is in dire straits money wise, it won't survive without the money to keep the current expenses covered.

So if you want this project and the AstroPulse/Beta project to survive, please make a donation. Every donation, small or big, counts, and if only people would donate 10 $ each, it could help out big time.

Thank you.


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