Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Hunt for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Joined by China’s FAST Radio Telescope

Hunt for Aliens Joind by China’s FAST Radio Telescope
The world’s largest radio telescope is joining an international search for extraterrestrial intelligence focused on a strange, flickering star that has sparked unprecedented curiosity in recent months.

     The world’s largest radio telescope, in southwestern Guizhou (貴州) province, is joining an international search for extraterrestrial intelligence focused on a strange, flickering star that has sparked unprecedented curiosity in recent months.
By Stephen Chen
South China Morning Post
10-31-16

Andrew Siemion, director of the SETI (search for extraterrestrial intelligence) Research Centre at the University of California, Berkeley, said in October that the centre had entered into a partnership with the FAST radio telescope in the hunt for evidence of advanced civilisation in space.



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