Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence
Photo of the central region of the Milky Way Galaxy by Yuri Beletsky, Carnegie Las Campanas Observatory
Newsletter Table of Contents
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Dec. 20, 2015: How it all started, UCLA SETI course approval process.
Jan. 24, 2016: Janet Marott, data rate, storage server.
Mar. 29, 2016: Demographics of Spring 2016 SETI course, telescope backends, FPGAs.
Apr. 9, 2016: Larry Lesyna, celestial coordinates, design of observational program.
Apr. 19, 2016: Travelling salesman problem, Green Bank Telescope observations.
May 2, 2016: Fourier transform, dynamic spectra, Voyager 1 detection.
May 29, 2016: Guest lecturers, sofware development using git, candidate signal, Arecibo observations.
June 26, 2016: Data processing pipeline, erratic signal, final student presentations, summer plans.
Sept. 25, 2016: EPSS 3 Astrobiology, IAC67 preparations, RATAN-600 false alarm, post-detection protocol.
Dec. 23, 2016: Michael Thacher, Arnie Boyarsky, poster at AAS meeting, IAC67, pipeline improvements.
Apr. 9, 2017: Spring 2017 SETI course, Adam Greenberg, funding, Jupyter, William Borucki.
May 7, 2017: Apparent motion of stars in the sky, TRAPPIST-1, Fourier transforms, Voyager 1 challenge.
June 19, 2017: Final projects, software to quantify signal properties, course feedback, TA position.
Sept. 17, 2017: Kevin Lu's SETI video, Max, total solar eclipse, Drake equation.
Dec. 26, 2017: Ross 128 b, interstellar asteroid, UFO funding, Paul Pinchuk.
Feb. 21, 2018: A search for technosignatures, NASA's exobiology program, dust obscuring Tabby's star.
Apr. 8, 2018: Spring 2018 SETI course, letter to astrobiology committee, article in press.
May 14, 2018: GBT observations, group photo, Gaia data release, practice with Voyager 1 signal.
July 31, 2018: Venus, Europa, COSPAR meeting, student presentations, NASA and technosignatures.
Oct. 12, 2018: NASA technosignatures workshop, NAS report on search for life in the universe.
Nov. 26, 2018: Manuscript with 2017 results and improved algorithms, existence limits.
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