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Happy Birthday WOW!

It was late in the evening of Monday, August 15, 1977. The Ohio State Radio Telescope, a massive metal assemblage hunched across three acres of grassy farmland, was deep into its daily routine: observing the overhead skies in search of narrow-band signals.
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Where in the Worlds has SETI Institute Been? July 16 - 22, 2017
A roundup of SETI Institute in the media.
July 21, 2017
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There Goes the Sun …
If you don’t know about the total solar eclipse coming up in August, then it’s likely you also don’t know that winter’s over or that Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have split.
July 27, 2017
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Where in the Worlds has SETI Institute Been? July 9 - 15, 2017
A roundup of SETI Institute in the media.
July 21, 2017
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Signals from A Nearby Star System? (Updated)
In May, radio astronomers at the Arecibo radio telescope in Puerto Rico pointed their Brobdingnagian antenna in the direction of Ross 128. What the Puerto Rican astronomers found when the data were analyzed was a wide-band radio signal.
July 21, 2017
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SETI Institute-Unistellar Partnership Promises to Revolutionize Amateur Astronomy
The SETI Institute and French startup Unistellar, announced a partnership today to commercialize a new telescope that promises to deliver an unparalleled view of the cosmos to amateur astronomers, and provide the opportunity to contribute directly to cutting-edge science.

Why We Need a New Type of SETI Instrument
The SETI Institute has developed an instrument that, at relatively low cost, could continuously survey the entire night sky for brief laser pulses.
July 17, 2017