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SETI and muon collider

  title={SETI and muon collider},
  author={Z. Silagadze},
  journal={arXiv: Popular Physics},
  • Z. Silagadze
  • Published 2008
  • Physics
  • arXiv: Popular Physics
  • Intense neutrino beams that accompany muon colliders can be used for interstellar communications. The presence of multi-TeV extraterrestrial muon collider at several light-years distance can be detected after one year run of IceCube type neutrino telescopes, if the neutrino beam is directed towards the Earth. This opens a new avenue in SETI: search for extraterrestrial muon colliders. 

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