New SETI Sky Surveys for Radio Pulses

@article{Siemion2010NewSS,
  title={New SETI Sky Surveys for Radio Pulses},
  author={A. Siemion and Joshua von Korff and P. McMahon and E. Korpela and D. Werthimer and D. Anderson and G. Bower and J. Cobb and G. Foster and M. Lebofsky and J. Leeuwen and Mark Wagner Astronomy Department and U. S. California and Berkeley and Ça and Usa Space Sciences Laboratory and Usa Physics Department and Usa Berkeley Wireless Research Center and U. S. Department and S. University and Stanford and Usa},
  journal={Acta Astronautica},
  year={2010},
  volume={67},
  pages={1342-1349}
}
  • A. Siemion, Joshua von Korff, +19 authors Usa
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Acta Astronautica
  • Berkeley conducts 7 SETI programs at IR, visible and radio wavelengths. Here we review two of the newest e orts, Astropulse and Fly’s Eye. A variety of possible sources of microsecond to millisecond radio pulses have been suggested in the last several decades, among them such exotic events as evaporating primordial black holes, hyper-flares from neutron stars, emissions from cosmic strings or perhaps extraterrestrial civilizations, but to-date few searches have been conducted capable of… CONTINUE READING
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