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SETI@home, an international scientific distributed computing project using the idle cycles of internet-connected computers & Android devices such as yours in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI), needs your help to process data received from the Arecibo, GBT, LOFAR, MeerKat, MWA & Parkes radio telescopes. Join us today at https://setiathome.berkeley.edu !
Worldwide Data Transfers Map https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/kiosk/
Questions, thoughts or comments ? Want to commiserate with fellow data crunchers on tuesdays' maintenance outages ? Afraid you'll be abducted or decimated if we contact aliens ? Concerned that they are already here mutilating cows, burning our lawns and experimenting on us, or worried sick that we might really be alone in this humongous Universe ? You can reach our IRC channel to discuss these issues (and others) through your favorite client, or through AfterNET's web portal at https://www.afternet.org/qwebirc/?randomnick=1&channels=SETI@home.
Visiting the SETI@home channel means you have read and accepted the Acceptable Use Policy section. Thank you for not trolling, spamming or being rude/disrespectful toward other users.
SETI@home is one of many dc projects powered by BOINC: https://boinc.berkeley.edu
You might find the following SETI & SETI@home historical backgrounders & references useful :
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All our thanks to AfterNET & Rubin for making our presence here possible (amongst many other users and channels with pages), and to Rubin & Gatewayy for providing precious technical expertise and tips.
— Yendred 2019/01/22 15:02 - last updated 2019/02/21 15:15