Optical SETI Observations of the Anomalous Star KIC 8462852

@article{Schuetz2015OpticalSO,
  title={Optical SETI Observations of the Anomalous Star KIC 8462852},
  author={M. Schuetz and D. Vakoch and S. Shostak and Jon Richards Seti International and Boquete Optical Seti Observatory and S. Institute},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2015}
}
To explore the hypothesis that KIC 8462852's aperiodic dimming is caused by artificial megastructures in orbit (Wright et al. 2015), rather than a natural cause such as cometary fragments in a highly elliptical orbit (Marengo et al. 2015), we searched for electromagnetic signals from KIC 8462852 indicative of extraterrestrial intelligence. The primary observations were in the visible optical regime using the Boquete Optical SETI Observatory in Panama. In addition, as a preparatory exercise for… Expand
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