Today we are releasing setiQuest 3.0. We are excited about two major new capabilities offered by this website. You can now:
Last two months on the setiQuest project have been good.
(April 26, 2010) Today I am at AbSciCon 2010, a meeting on astrobiology in League City TX, and I did manage to attend the first session this morning before having to step out to reply to media enquiries.
Following our press annoncement last week, a number of media stories appeared on the project. CNN was the most prolific media source. Here are a few sample stories out of many.
Today is an exciting day. After months of preparation, we are putting out the first two sets of data in the public domain. This is the data we have collected from space through the Allen Telescope Array, in our search for extra-terrestrial intelligence.