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New Europe-wide Radio Telescope To Look For ET

April 14th, 2010 04:12 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

astroengine writes “A new radio telescope is under construction, consisting of 44 stations (each consisting of several antennae) spread across Europe. The pan-European Low Frequency Array (or LOFAR) is half built and already returning unprecedented observations of cosmic radio sources. The best thing is, when it’s complete, SETI will be able to use the array to seek out transmitting extraterrestrial civilizations in these untapped low radio frequencies.”

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