Megachannel Extraterrestrial Assay Candidates : No Transmissions from Intrinsically Steady Sources

@inproceedings{Lazio2002MegachannelEA,
  title={Megachannel Extraterrestrial Assay Candidates : No Transmissions from Intrinsically Steady Sources},
  author={T. Joseph L. W. Lazio and Jill Tarter and P. R. Backus},
  year={2002}
}
This paper reports new, more sensitive observations of nine of the eleven extrastatis-tical signals in the Megachannel Extraterrestrial Assay (META). These extrastatistical signals had all of the expected characteristics of a transmission from an extraterrestrial transmitter, except that they did not repeat. Cordes, Lazio, & Sagan showed that this lack of repeatability could be explained by the high detection thresholds used in the re-observations of these candidates combined with interstellar… CONTINUE READING
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