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SETI to look for laser signals from KIC 8462852, ammonia on Ceres, and the dangers of space storms....

3 Nov 2015, 11:13 UTC
SETI to look for laser signals from KIC 8462852, ammonia on Ceres, and the dangers of space storms....
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If you've enjoyed this please share it on facebook, twitter, or whatever your favourite social media is. ISS has now been running for 15 years! Well done to everyone involved in the International Space Station: the football pitch sized outpost in space has now been running as a continuously manned base for 15 years, and has become a technological wonder, and often quoted example of what humankind can accomplish when many nations work together. Although the project is NASA led, couties around the world have supplied rooms, supply missions, technology, and crew for the space station as full partners.Above: The ISS, one of mankinds great ongoing adventures. Courtesy of NASA.Well done to everyone involved, and here's to a bright future for the space station and this planet.SETI to look for laser signals from KIC 8462852The mysterious dips in the light of mystery star KIC 8462852 - thought by some to be evidence of alien mega structures - continues to be investigated by SETI.  While there's no news yet on results, they have begun searching for optical signals as well - such as information being transmitted by laser - using Boquete Optical SETI Observatory in Panama.Above: The Allen array, with which SETI ...

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