SETI finds eight potential alien signals

SETI researcher Brian Lacki proposes a new hypothesis for Type 3 Civilizations. "My thought was you harvest molecular clouds where material is relatively easier to collect." These free floating "dust" particles are networked together across huge distances. ‘In a sense the galaxy could become alive.’

Extragalactic SETI looks for life beyond the Milky Way. But where? In game theory one solution is a Schelling point — a single event that draws different group's attention. A binary neutron star merger could act as one because observers across the universe will all be looking in the same direction.

Document dump of 750+ pages of internal NASA emails on UFOs / UAP / UAP Task Force & much more. Numerous gems about classified briefings, presentations, SETI, and much more inside. See FOIA Case 21-HQ-F-00603 Final Release #6 at this link:

The Wow signal is SETI's founding myth. Most have dismissed it, but for 35 years, until his death last year, one man never stopped searching. Bob Gray's final research, "Could the "Wow" signal have originated from a stochastic repeating beacon?" was published in June with astronomer David Kipping.

SETI Pioneer Frank Drake Leaves a Legacy of Searching for Voices in the Void

SETI Pioneer Frank Drake Leaves a Legacy of Searching for Voices in the Void

SETI pioneer Frank Drake, of 'Drake Equation' fame, dies at 92

SETI pioneer Frank Drake, of 'Drake Equation' fame, dies at 92

Frank Drake, astronomer famed for contributions to SETI, has died

SETI Researchers can now Scan all Data at the Very Large Array for any Evidence of Alien Transmissions

The 'Wow!' Signal: One Man's Search for SETI's Most Tantalizing Trace of Alien Life

“China has been very interested in the question ‘are we alone?’ For a long time,” says Dan Werthimer of the University of CA, Berkeley. “But until recently there have been few people working on SETI in China.” FAST, now the world’s most powerful radio telescope, could make China the leader in SETI.

“The simplest way to search for Non Terrestrial Artifacts is in photographic plates taken before the Space Age." VASCO is a new branch of SETI lead by researchers at Stockholm University. They compare historical observations to look for extraterrestrial artifacts in an era before modern space junk.

A cluster of 'slow dippers' have been found around Tabby's Star, suggesting a worthwhile target for SETI programs

SETI: Why extraterrestrial intelligence is more likely to be artificial than biological

Seti: why extraterrestrial intelligence is more likely to be artificial than biological

Beyond “Fermi’s Paradox” XVII: What is the “SETI-Paradox” Hypothesis?

SETI Institute, Unistellar and Planetary Society partner to host World Space Week events for girls

SETI: The Future of Extraterrestrial Intelligence