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Latest revision as of 22:31, 9 May 2013

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The setiQuest data archive contains 4 TB of quadrature waveform samples of interesting targets that have been collected at the Allen Telescope Array. The data and waterfall links are distributed via Amazon Web Services. The goal of the data availability is to be an educational resource and to aid setiQuest app developers.

Analysis of these data is supported by the Algorithms project, baudline and Matlab Algorithms, see setiQuest Data Format for more details. Most of the numerically named sources are strong radio sources (quasars/blazars) taken from the Very Large Array calibrator list.[1]

Contents

Types

Descriptions of the target classification types:

Targets

Table of target information and data links. Note that the columns are sortable.

Source Coordinates Type Freq (MHz) Date Comment External Links
northpole 00 00 00 +90 00 00 North Pole 1543 2010-10-22 == {data}
northpole 00 00 00 +90 00 00 North Pole 3086 2010-10-22 == {data}
exo191 22 57 47 +38 40 30 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
exo150 02 04 34 +25 24 51 exoplanet 4462 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS}
exo144 00 39 21 +21 15 01 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
0136+478 01 36 59 +47 51 29 quasar 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
0136+478 01 36 59 +47 51 29 quasar 4462 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
0136+478 01 36 59 +47 51 29 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
exo208 06 04 29 +44 15 37 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
3c48 01 37 41 +33 09 35 quasar 1422 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS}
3c48 01 37 41 +33 09 35 quasar 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
3c48 01 37 41 +33 09 35 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 quasar with flat spectrum (Seyfert Galaxy) {data} {NVSS}
3c48 01 37 41 +33 09 35 quasar 4462 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
3c48 01 37 41 +33 09 35 quasar 6670 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
exo001 13 12 44 -31 52 24 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo155 11 42 11 +26 42 23 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
notGliese581 15 19 27 +07 43 20 declination was inverted 1420 2010-11-05 Data taken as part of Dorothy project. {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
w3oh 02 27 04 +61 52 25 maser 6670 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
w3oh 02 27 04 +61 52 25 maser 6670 2010-04-02 == {data} {NVSS}
w3oh 02 27 04 +61 52 25 maser 6670 2010-05-07 == {data} {NVSS}
0228+673 02 28 50 +67 21 03 quasar 2008 2011-01-07 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
0228+673 02 28 50 +67 21 03 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
3c84 03 19 48 +41 30 42 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 flat spectrum {data} {NVSS}
3c84 03 19 48 +41 30 42 quasar 4462 2010-06-25 flat spectrum {data} {NVSS}
3c84 03 19 48 +41 30 42 quasar 4462 2010-09-10 flat spectrum {data} {NVSS}
3c84 03 19 48 +41 30 42 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 flat spectrum {data} {NVSS}
exo062 12 44 20 -08 40 17 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
notEtaAreitis 02 12 48 +21 12 39 declination was inverted 1420 2010-11-06 Data taken as part of Dorothy project. {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
psrb0329+54 03 32 59 +54 34 44 pulsar 1420 2010-05-07 The strongest pulsar in Earth's sky. {data} {NVSS} {forum}
psrb0329+54 03 32 59 +54 34 44 pulsar 1420 2010-05-21 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0329+54 03 32 59 +54 34 44 pulsar 611 2011-03-04 == {data} {NVSS}
3c119 04 32 37 +41 38 28 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
3c119 04 32 37 +41 38 28 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 Steep spectrum Seyfert galaxy {data} {NVSS}
3c119 04 32 37 +41 38 28 quasar 4462 2010-06-25 Steep spectrum Seyfert galaxy {data} {NVSS}
3c123 04 37 04 +29 40 14 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
3c123 04 37 04 +29 40 14 quasar 4465 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
3c123 04 37 04 +29 40 14 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
exo133 09 23 47 +20 21 52 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0450+55 04 54 08 +55 43 42 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
3c138 05 21 10 +16 38 22 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
3c138 05 21 10 +16 38 22 quasar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
3c138 05 21 10 +16 38 22 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
exo236 13 00 03 +12 00 07 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
crab 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
taua 05 34 32 +22 00 58 supernova remnant 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
taua 05 34 32 +22 00 58 supernova remnant 1420 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
taua 05 34 32 +22 00 58 supernova remnant 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
crab 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 1420 2010-03-26 Very strange object (1 of a kind) has short giant pulses {data} {NVSS} {waterfall} {forum} {blog}
crab 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 1420 2010-10-15 Very strange object (1 of a kind) has short giant pulses {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
crab 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 2600 2010-03-09 Very strange object (1 of a kind) has short giant pulses {data} {NVSS}
psrb0531+21 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 Another name for crab pulsar {data} {NVSS}
crab 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 4462 2010-05-07 Very strange object (1 of a kind) has short giant pulses, 4462.336 MHz {data} {NVSS}
crab 05 34 32 +22 00 52 pulsar 1420 2010-05-07 Very strange object (1 of a kind) has short giant pulses {data} {NVSS}
3c147 05 42 36 +49 51 07 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
3c147 05 42 36 +49 51 07 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
3c147 05 42 36 +49 51 07 quasar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center 1420 2010-05-07 == {data} {NVSS}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center 1422 2010-05-07 3 and 4 were aborted and contain no useful data. {data} {NVSS}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center 3991 2010-05-07 Taken in a "bad band" = 3991 MHz -- expect to see mostly RFI here {data} {NVSS}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center 3991 2010-10-08 Repeat of same as galanticenter_3991 {data} {NVSS} {spectrum}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center 4462 2010-05-07 Taken at the "magic" PiHI frequency = 4462.336 MHz, a clean band {data} {NVSS}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center lost 2010-05-07 == {data} {NVSS}
blank06 06 00 00 +40 00 00 dark sky 1422 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS} {forum}
blank06 06 00 00 +40 00 00 dark sky 1427 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS}
exo211 19 28 59 +47 58 10 exoplanet 1420 2010-09-24 == {data} {NVSS}
188.95+0.89 06 08 54 +21 38 30 quasar 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS}
offgalanticenter 05 45 37 +33 56 10 off beam 2008 2010-10-08 Compare with "on" measurement of Galactic Anti-center. About 15 deg off. {data} {NVSS}
offgalanticenter 05 45 37 +33 56 10 off beam 3991 2010-10-08 Compare with "on" measurement of Galactic Anti-center. {data} {NVSS} {spectrum}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1414 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1420 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1420 2010-05-21 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1422 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1422 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1426 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1427 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1432 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1435 2010-08-13 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1459 2010-05-21 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 3086 2010-10-22 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 8200 2010-10-22 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0716+714 07 21 53 +71 20 36 blazar 1422 2010-05-07 a quasar that happens to be pointed at us (blazar) {data} {NVSS}
exo226 15 24 55 +58 57 57 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 == {data} {NVSS}
HD060848 07 37 06 +16 54 15 O-star 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS}
0744-064 07 44 22 -06 29 36 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
exo219 14 56 55 +53 22 56 exoplanet 1420 2010-09-24 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0809+74 08 14 59 +74 29 06 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0809+74 08 14 59 +74 29 06 pulsar 1420 2010-05-14 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo228 08 40 13 +64 19 41 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 PiHI frequency {data} {NVSS}
notTauCeti 01 44 04 +15 56 15 declination was inverted 1420 2010-11-06 Data taken as part of Dorothy project. {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
psrb0823+26 08 26 51 +26 37 24 pulsar 4462 2010-06-18 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0823+26 08 26 51 +26 37 24 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
0834+555 08 34 55 +55 34 21 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
0834+555 08 34 55 +55 34 21 quasar 2840 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
0834+555 08 34 55 +55 34 21 quasar 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
0834+555 08 34 55 +55 34 21 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo231 12 05 15 +76 54 20 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
55Cancri 08 52 36 +28 19 51 OZMA / Dorothy star 1420 2010-11-05 Data taken as part of Dorothy project. {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
notEpsilonEridani 03 32 56 +09 27 30 declination was inverted 1420 2010-11-06 Data taken as part of Dorothy project. {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo172 00 20 40 +31 59 24 exoplanet 4462 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS}
exo076 12 19 13 -03 19 11 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
hyda 09 18 06 -11 54 17 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
exo134 00 44 41 +20 26 56 exoplanet 4462 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo054 10 58 28 -10 46 13 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0950+08 09 53 09 +07 55 36 pulsar 4462 2010-06-18 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb0950+08 09 53 09 +07 55 36 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0954+658 09 58 47 +65 33 55 blazar 1432 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
bl0954+658 09 58 47 +65 33 55 blazar 8200 2010-10-22 == {data} {NVSS}
exo127 23 18 47 +18 38 45 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
exo118 13 28 26 +13 47 12 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo202 01 36 48 +41 24 38 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo201 10 22 10 +41 13 46 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo084 11 24 17 -01 31 44 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
HD093521 10 48 24 +37 34 13 O-star 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS}
exo060 03 32 55 -09 27 29 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall} {forum}
exo201 10 22 10 +41 13 46 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
exo096 11 45 42 +02 49 17 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo112 12 13 29 +10 02 29 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb1133+16 11 36 03 +15 51 04 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
exo072 22 09 40 -04 38 27 exoplanet 4462 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS}
exo160 08 52 37 +28 20 02 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS}
exo125 13 12 19 +17 31 01 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo097 11 26 46 +03 00 22 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo233 05 22 33 +79 13 52 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
exo117 10 18 21 +12 37 15 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo080 13 12 43 -02 15 54 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
vira 12 30 49 +12 23 29 quasar 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
vira 12 30 49 +12 23 29 quasar 2840 2010-07-02 == {data} {NVSS}
vira 12 30 49 +12 23 29 quasar 4462 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
vira 12 30 49 +12 23 29 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
psrb1237+25 12 39 40 +24 53 49 pulsar 4462 2010-06-25 == {data} {NVSS}
exo071 11 35 52 -04 45 21 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
3c279 12 56 11 -05 47 22 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
Gliese581 15 19 27 -07 43 20 exoplanet 1420 2010-10-01 3x earth-like planet -- or is it? {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
Gliese581 15 19 27 -07 43 20 exoplanet 4462 2011-01-28 == {data} {NVSS}
exo126 10 10 07 +18 11 12 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo081 10 42 48 -02 11 01 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo044 22 53 13 -14 15 13 exoplanet 4462 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS}
exo119 11 46 24 +14 07 26 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
3c286 13 31 08 +30 30 33 quasar 2008 2011-01-07 == {data} {NVSS}
3c286 13 31 08 +30 30 33 quasar 1420 2010-10-15 == {data} {NVSS}
3c286 13 31 08 +30 30 33 quasar 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
3c286 13 31 08 +30 30 33 quasar 4020 2010-10-08 Bad band -- bandwidth = 17.4 MHz {data} {NVSS}
3c286 13 31 08 +30 30 33 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
exo221 15 35 16 +53 55 20 exoplanet 1420 2010-09-24 == {data} {NVSS}
1347+122 13 47 33 +12 17 24 quasar 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
1347+122 13 47 33 +12 17 24 quasar 4462 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
1347+122 13 47 33 +12 17 24 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
3c295 14 11 21 +52 12 09 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
3c295 14 11 21 +52 12 09 quasar 2008 2011-01-07 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo220 13 34 02 +53 43 42 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo219 14 56 55 +53 22 56 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 == {data} {NVSS}
notHD69830 08 18 24 +12 37 56 declination was inverted 1420 2010-11-06 Data taken as part of Dorothy project. {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
galanticenter 05 45 37 +28 56 10 Galactic Anti-center 3991 2010-10-08 Bad band -- galactic anti-center is a standard pointing for RFI {data} {NVSS} {spectrum}
Gliese581 15 19 27 -07 43 20 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 3x earth-like planet -- or is it? {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
exo227 08 18 22 +61 27 38 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 PiHI frequency {data} {NVSS}
exo221 15 35 16 +53 55 20 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 == {data} {NVSS}
exo222 18 10 32 +54 17 12 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 == {data} {NVSS}
offGliese581 15 19 27 +07 43 20 off beam 4462 2010-10-01 Compare with "on" measurement of Gliese 581 at 4462 {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
zetaOph 16 37 10 -10 34 02 O-star 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS}
zetaOph 16 37 10 -10 34 02 O-star 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
zetaOph 16 37 10 -10 34 02 O-star 2840 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
zetaOph 16 37 10 -10 34 02 O-star 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
3c345 16 42 59 +39 48 37 quasar 2008 2011-01-07 == {data} {NVSS}
3c345 16 42 59 +39 48 37 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
3c345 16 42 59 +39 48 37 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
1733-130 17 33 03 -13 04 50 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
1733-130 17 33 03 -13 04 50 quasar 4462 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
1733-130 17 33 03 -13 04 50 quasar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
blank18 18 00 00 +70 00 00 dark sky 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
blank18 18 00 00 +70 00 00 dark sky 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
exo225 07 21 33 +58 16 05 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
HD166734 18 12 25 -10 43 53 O-star 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS}
BD114586 18 18 03 -11 17 39 O-star 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS}
3c380 18 29 32 +48 44 46 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
3c380 18 29 32 +48 44 46 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
HD172175 18 39 04 -07 51 35 O-star 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1418 2010-05-14 Re-observation of source with interesting feature {data} {NVSS} {forum}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-01-22 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall} {forum}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-04-02 == {data} {NVSS}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-09-24 Good band -- 1420, or at least as good as the others. What will we see? {data} {NVSS}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1420 2010-05-14 == {data} {NVSS} {forum}
kepler04 19 02 28 +50 08 09 exoplanet 1692 2010-09-24 Freq = 1692, which ususally has some satellite trash {data} {NVSS}
koi268.01 19 02 55 +38 30 25 exoplanet 1690 2011-03-31 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
3c395 19 02 56 +31 59 42 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
koi70.03 19 10 48 +42 20 19 exoplanet 1690 2011-03-31 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
3c400 19 23 42 +14 30 33 supernova remnant 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
w51 19 23 44 +14 30 33 maser 6670 2010-05-07 == {data} {NVSS}
koi139.01 19 26 37 +44 41 18 exoplanet 1690 2011-03-31 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
WoW1 19 25 31 -26 57 00 legend 1430 2011-02-18 Position of the famous Wow! signal[9] {data} {NVSS} {spectrum}
exo216 07 48 07 +50 13 33 exoplanet 3100 2010-07-22 == {data} {NVSS}
exo211 19 28 59 +47 58 10 exoplanet 4462 2010-10-01 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
psrb1937+21 19 39 39 +21 34 59 pulsar 1420 2010-11-05 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
koi51.01 19 43 40 +41 19 57 exoplanet 1690 2011-03-31 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
koi174.01 19 47 18 +48 06 27 exoplanet 1690 2011-03-31 == {data} {NVSS} {waterfall}
2038+513 20 38 37 +51 19 13 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS} {spectrum}
2038+513 20 38 37 +51 19 13 quasar 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
BLLacterus 22 02 43 +42 16 40 blazar 1420 2010-03-26 == {data} {NVSS}
BLLacterus 22 02 43 +42 16 40 blazar 6670 2010-12-12 == {data} {NVSS}
BLLacterus 22 02 43 +42 16 40 blazar 8200 2010-10-22 == {data} {NVSS}
BLLacterus 22 02 43 +42 16 40 blazar 2008 2011-02-04 BL Lacterus (bllac) was the first Blazar discovered {data} {NVSS}
2206-185 22 06 10 -18 35 39 quasar 2008 2011-02-04 == {data} {NVSS}
2206-185 22 06 10 -18 35 39 quasar 4462 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
exo073 09 56 06 -03 48 30 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo051 09 34 50 -12 07 46 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo195 10 59 29 +40 25 46 exoplanet 4462 2010-09-10 == {data} {NVSS}
exo130 04 42 56 +18 57 29 exoplanet 1420 2010-03-19 == {data} {NVSS}
casa 23 23 27 +58 48 28 supernova remnant 2008 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
casa 23 23 27 +58 48 28 supernova remnant 4462 2010-12-24 == {data} {NVSS}
casa 23 23 27 +58 48 28 supernova remnant 6670 2010-12-17 == {data} {NVSS}
AZEL015-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL030-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL045-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL060-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL075-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL090-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL105-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL120-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL135-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL150-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL165-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL180-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL195-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL210-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL225-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL240-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL255-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL270-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL285-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL300-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL315-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL330-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL345-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AZEL360-18 fixed az, el sweep 1410 2010-09-03 RFI study {data}
AMC-7 GEO TV satellite 3693 2010-04-02 Has a strong sinusoidal tone (with sidebands) {data} {waterfall} {forum}
galaxy-19 GEO TV satellite 3991 2010-05-07 On a GEO satellite, in a "bad band" {data}
GPS-26 LEO GPS satellite 1575 2010-01-22 Useful strong signal, binary phase shift encoding example {data} {spectrum}
GPS-27 LEO GPS satellite 1575 2010-10-08 An improved GPS track over earlier ones with artifacts. State of art. {data} {spectrum}
Sun N/A Helios 1414 2010-10-15 == {data}
Moon N/A Luna 1420 2010-10-08 Aliens on the moon? Hardly. This is a potentially good sample of gaussian noise, except for birdies in the IF. Good to compare to all 1420 obs. {data}
Sun N/A Helios 1420 2010-10-15 == {data}
Moon N/A Luna 1420 2010-11-05 Aliens on the moon? Hardly. This is a potentially good sample of gaussian noise, except for birdies in the IF. Good to compare to all 1420 obs. {data}
Sun N/A Helios 1426 2010-10-15 == {data}
goes-11 GEO weather satellite 1692 2010-09-24 those with skills can decode the picture -- may be a typo in the meta-data {data}
goes-11 GEO weather satellite 1692 2010-09-24 those with skills can decode the picture -- may be a typo in the meta-data {data} {waterfall} {forum}
goes-13 GEO weather satellite 1692 2010-09-24 those with skills can decode the picture -- may be a typo in the meta-data {data}
goes-13 GEO weather satellite 1692 2010-09-24 those with skills can decode the picture -- may be a typo in the meta-data {data}
DeepImpact N/A spacecraft 8200 2010-01-22 A distant spacecraft we can sometimes see with on-line SETI equipment. Shows peak in frequency domain. {data} {forum}
Voyager1 N/A spacecraft 8420 2010-07-14 Packetized data for SonATA testing. 2 polarizations, 16-bit quadrature samples, 546133 sample rate. {packets} {forum}
Rosetta N/A spacecraft 8422 2010-06-04 Re-observation of source with interesting feature {data}
MarsExpress N/A spacecraft 8429 2011-02-18 == {data} {spectrum}
DeepImpact N/A spacecraft 8435 2011-02-18 == {data} {spectrum}
MarsOdyssey N/A spacecraft 8438 2011-02-18 == {data} {spectrum}
Lagrange-4 Sun-Earth L4 Lagrange point 1420 2010-10-08 SPECIAL! observation of Lagrange point. Where aliens would leave postcards, if they did. {data} {forum}
Lagrange-4 Sun-Earth L4 Lagrange point 2008 2010-10-08 SPECIAL! observation of Lagrange point. Where aliens would leave postcards, if they did. {data} {forum}
Lagrange-4 Sun-Earth L4 Lagrange point 3991 2010-10-08 Bad band data. Lots of C-band satellites resulting in small hope for Lagrange signals. {data} {spectrum} {forum}

Coordinates

The Coordinates column are numeric RA and Declination in conventional units (hours minutes seconds, degrees minutes seconds). Definitions for special coordinates:

Frequency

The dataset's center frequency (0 Hz) in MHz.

Links

Clicking on {data} at the far right will take you to a directory of files for download. The wget command can be used to download an entire directory of data. We request that you download only the files you need as our resources are limited. Please do not download the entire archive!

Clicking on {waterfall} will allow you to browse the waterfalls: in the first graph, click on the point in the spectrum where you'd like to start browsing.

The {forum} links go to a setiQuest forum discussion about the dataset.

The {NVSS} links in the rightmost column will take you to a 1° x 1° square image surrounding the source direction targeted in this study. The diameter of the ATA beam is approximately 4' at 1000 MHz, and smaller at higher frequencies e.g. at 6670 MHz the beam diameter is 4' x 1000/6670 = 0.6' diameter.

Format

The collected data is broken down into multiple 2 GB raw files for easier consumption. The data format is quadrature (I/Q) 8-bit samples which is 2 channels interleaved. The sample rate is typically 8738133 samples per seconds (8.7 MHz) but a few data sets have twice that sample rate. See setiQuest Data Format for a detailed explanation of the data format and the auxiliary file specifics.

See also

References

  1. http://www.aoc.nrao.edu/~gtaylor/csource.html
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astrophysical_maser
  3. Stellar types: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stellar_classification
  4. http://www.nhao.jp/~narusawa/oseti/project-dorothy.html
  5. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pulsar
  6. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Quasar
  7. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blazar
  8. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Supernova_remnant
  9. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wow!_signal

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