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  • 1. SETI 1: SETI Science and Technology


    1. New Limits on the Presence of Technological Civilizations in the Universe from Breakthrough Listen

    2. Breakthrough Listen on the Murchison Widefield Array

    3. On the Breakthrough Listen search for signs of intelligent life near the Galactic center

    4. The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: Public Data, Formats, Reduction and Archiving

    5. Opportunities for Radio Technosignature Searches with the Allen Telescope Array and Very Large Array

    6. Towards a UK SETI capability with e-MERLIN/EVN

    7. Involvement of the Sardinia Radio Telescope in the Breakthrough Listen Initiatives: first results and ongoing activities

    8. Searching for Low Frequency Optical SETI Signals buried in Atmospheric Scintillation

    9. Time Markers for SETI in Binary Systems

    10. The Trillion Planet Survey The Search for Directed Intelligence and Implications of Directed Energy for SETI Philip Lubin Physics Department, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-9530, 805-893-8432, lubin@ucsb.edu

    11. Autocorrelation-based detection methods for astrophysical and interstellar communication signals

    12. KLT for an expanding universe with SETI applications.

    13. Hyper-SETI – A New Way of Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

    14. Self-replicating the Hart-Tipler argument against the existence of extraterrestrial intelligence

    15. Novel Technosignatures

    16. Lunar Opportunities for SETI

    17. The Moonbounce Project: Observing the Earth as a Communicating Exoplanet

    18. SETI Space Missions

    . A Search for Technosignatures from the Solar Neighborhood with LOFAR