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This project is finished.

The SETI@home project (now known as SETI@home classic, Search for Extra terrestrial Intelligence) was conducted at the University of California, [1]. It was looking for possible extraterrestrial civilizations. These were the data of a radio telescope in Arecibo (Google Map).

The core idea is that other non-human civilizations also emit radio waves through their techniques. The data recorded by the radio telescope consists mainly of noise, in which possible artificial signals are almost lost. To find these possible signals, therefore, lengthy calculations are necessary, which should be distributed here on many computers.

Since 2003, there has been a successor project under BOINC, which initially ran parallel to SETI@home Classic, but replaced it on 15 December 2005.


Project overview

InfoIcon.png SETI@home
Name SETI@home
Category Astrophysik/en
Goal Find regular signals in data from radio telescopes
Commercial   no
Homepage seticlassic.ssl.berkeley.edu


 
United States01.gif    This project is conducted in California, USA.


Project status

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Status   finished
Begin 06.04.1999
End 15.12.2005

Successor project is SETI@Home.

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Quality Control

Checked: 20.10.2018

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