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December 10, 2011

SETI's Search for Intelligent Alien Life Resumes

"Astronomers have rebooted their search for intelligent life on alien planets, and they've got thousands of targets to scan.

After hibernating for more than seven months, a set of radio telescopes run by the SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) Institute has once again begun listening for signals from the many alien planet candidates discovered by NASA's Kepler space telescope, researchers announced Monday (Dec. 5)"

Read more at: http://www.space.com/13832-seti-ata-search-kepler-planet-candidates.html?mid=5499443

Posted by tmthirty at December 10, 2011 09:59 PM

Comments

Interesting article. I hope one day we are able to find evidence of intelligent alien life

Posted by: jeyhun at December 11, 2011 04:34 PM

This is very cool to see and I also hope that we are able to find intelligent life at some point. However, I feel like it's not going to happen, certainly not in my lifetime, which is kind of disappointing.

Posted by: asteier at December 12, 2011 06:21 PM

I mean our current technology does not allow us to go very far away, and our space is huge. I hope one day we can warp around everywhere and just find life without effort

Posted by: jungky at December 13, 2011 01:57 AM

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