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Message 999155 - Posted: 27 May 2010, 16:49:02 UTC
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Here is the pdf of another paper presented at the Astrobiology Science Conference. This paper describes the various strategies and instruments developed by Berkeley SETI / CASPER team, with a focus on hardware.
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Message 999255 - Posted: 28 May 2010, 4:11:41 UTC

Very interesting Abscicon paper.
Thanks for sharing, Jeff.


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Here is the pdf of another paper presented at the Astrobiology Science Conference. This paper describes the various strategies and instruments developed by Berkeley SETI / CASPER team, with a focus on hardware.


. . . Thanks Jeff - much appreciated Sir


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