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Message 1953493 - Posted: 3 Sep 2018, 1:18:47 UTC
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Is there a simplified section where it shows a timeline graph as to all the times there are candidates for signals or signals that have been found? that would make it easy for the community to see all the progess in 1 area that we have all accumulated.Just something very simple no thesis stuff or end of year paperwork stuff. Also, I wanted to know if someone does get a hit for a signal will it go red alert and show something interesting? or will it just passively update to the server for scientists and engineers to examine?
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Message 1953518 - Posted: 3 Sep 2018, 5:30:32 UTC

We Crunchers are only doing the first screening exercise, there is at least one stage to go before "real" candidates are identified
If you want to see the current state of play on the next stage have a look at the "Nebula" forum:
https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_forum.php?id=1511

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Message 1955479 - Posted: 15 Sep 2018, 8:25:18 UTC - in response to Message 1953518.  

thanks man!
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