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History of SETI Searches

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Galactic Center

ETI laser flashes from the planets of 4600 stars.

146 stars with planets in Waterhole band

HabCat stars that could host habitable planets

94 main sequence stars with spectral classes from F9-G7 from HabCat catalogue

Tau Ceti, Epsilon Eri, HD 69830, 55 Cnc, Gl 581, Eta Ari and HD 168746

Sky survey

Multiple search strategies

30 arc-minute field of Cassiopia

Around 40 billion stars in 20 square degrees of Waterhole

4 square degree region of galaxy in constellation Cygnus

187 stars

Fixed objects (pulsating stars and wide fields of sky)

ET muon colliders

Microsecond-millisecond radio pulses in 100 square degree field

Maccone, C. as Observer

Microsecond- millisecond radio pulses. Sensitive sky survey.

Target stars

21 cm emission from cosmic hydrogen in redshift ranges 6<z<15

16 solar-twin candidates

23 square degrees around galactic center for narrowband signals (Waterhole)

Survey of 80% of the sky

4,605 stars of spectral types F and M within 200 light-years of Earth

Candidate stars such as the HIP 107395 example

21 M-type stars, 32 IR excess stars, 5 regions by META (of 37), and 2 “Wow!” signal locations

Fujishita, etc. as Observers

10 solar type stars. 3 M dwarfs

800 stars

Distinguishing RFI from true ETI signals

32 stars from IRAS and 2MASS catalog

14 stars, HIP 61261 and HIP 61341. Looking for a 1.88 ms pulse train at 1.42 or 1.665/7 GHz

Spectra from an all-sky survey

Maser emissions from methanol

60 solar type stars

Shostak as Observer

9 of 11 potential ET signals in Megachannel Extraterrestrial Assay (META)

24 strong OH Masers in the southern hemisphere

Leuschener Observation

World Wide Web

Luminous atmospheric phenomena

5039 SOLAR-TYPE STARS PLANNED

Ross, etc. as Observer

2500 nearby stars + globular clusters and nearby galaxies

OSETI signals from candidate stars in gamma rays.

Nearby stars in the microwave portion of the spectrum

13 exoplanetary systems

Deep surveys, pulsars, hydrogen clouds

500 candidates

200 SOLAR-TYPE STARS AND 25 GLOBULAR CLUSTERS

NORTHERN SKY

~11,000 F, G, and K dwarfs

Data taken from SERENDIP IV - 90 % of the sky visible from Arecibo

52 near main sequence G-type stars similar to the Sun.

Tested on Mars Global Surveyor, working with SERENDIP IV

Beta Geminorium, a K-type star

600 FGK STARS WITHIN 100 pc

Southern Sky survey

290 stars, 1200 - 1750 HHz; 371 stars, 1750 - 3000 MHz

800 solar-type stars

13,000 Sun-like stars

High energy extraterrestrial neutrinos

Northern sky survey

Sky Survey

200 stars

577 nearby F,G,K, and M main sequence stars

195 stars

6 SOLAR-TYPE STARS AND 1 INFRARED-EXCESS TARGET STAR

4 stars with giant planets (51 Peg, 47 UMa, 70 Vir, Gl 229)

24 nearby stars

NEARBY SOLAR-TYPE STARS

SKY SURVEY FROM -30° to + 60° DECLINATION

ALL SKY

OSU WOW LOCALE

GALACTIC CENTER

206 stars, 1200 - 1750 MHz 105 stars, 1750 - 3000 MHz

3 fields in the SMC

Galactic Center and Plane

4 potential Dyson spheres

49 stars closer than 11.5 pc

16 stars + Galactic Center

50 ROCOSes, DC-dwarves, and sunlike stars

The SN1987A explosion

180 SOLAR-TYPE STARS

40 STARS + 3 LOCATIONS NEAR GALACTIC CENTER

80 solar type stars

X-band survey

25 STARS

93% of the observable sky at least once and 44% of the sky at least five times

Southern Sky not covered by Arecibo Radio Telescope

100 SOLAR-TYPE STARS VISIBLE ONLY FROM SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE

M31 AND M33

Gray, R.H. as Observer

100 NEARBY SOLAR-TYPE STARS

SKY SURVEY OF SOUTHERN SKIES AND 90 TARGET STARS, AND OH MASERS

100 stars

24 "Vega-like" stars with 60 micron excesses (IRAS)

SKY POSITION CORRESPONDING TO OSUROs 1977 WOW SIGNAL

G357.3-1.3

Sky Survey

ALL SKY SEARCH

HD 21899, HD 100623, HD 187691 & HD 187923

GALACTIC CENTER & 33 NEARBY STARS

78 SOLAR-TYPE STARS

SKY SURVEY

ALL SKY 3 K BB

SKY SURVEY (PULSARS)

80 STARS & 12 NEARBY STARS

Cullers, etc. as observer

SKY SURVEY

SKY SURVEY & -27 degrees (declination)

NORTHERN SKY SURVEY

Partial southern sky

250 STARS & 150 STARS

GALACTIC CENTER MERIDIAN

NORTH GALACTIC ROTATION AXIS b = 5° -> 90°

GALACTIC CENTER

3 STARS

85 STAR FIELDS

EARTH-MOON THROUGH L5, SUN-EARTH L1, L2

343 STARS

20 stars

L4 & L5 Libration points of Earth-Moon system

SAO 188097; SAO188156; SAO 188159

Nearby F, G and K stars

Stable "Halo Orbits" about L4 and L5 libration points

200 stars

Apparent positions of NASA spacecraft

Whitmire, etc. as Observer

25 globular clusters

185 stars

2 stars

Barnard's Star

54 gamma ray burst events

93 objects

F,G,K, and M stars in luminosity classes IV and V as specified by the Michigan Spectral Catalogue

6 stars

3 stars

4 stars

All sky survey

Four Galaxies

50 star fields

3 stars

21 peculiar objects

Galactic Center

OMNI-DIRECTIONAL

70 STARS

674 STARS

9 stars

HI regions, nonthermal supernova remnants, radio galaxies, the Sun, and the Moon.

10 nearest stars

5 OH Masers

All sky searches for sporadic pulses

All sky search

11 stars + M31

1 galaxy (1934-63)

2 Quasars

2 stars

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