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Originally posted by borutp
reply to post by LaTouffe
I need only the original signal recording
Originally posted by ragsntatters
There was someone on here a week or so ago claiming to be an insider who went to Elenin or something ridiculous like that and said that ham radios should pick up a signal off Elenin and said that it would reveal a lot about it. Perhaps this is the signal he spoke of?
Originally posted by Phage
reply to post by XplanetX
So. USC doesn't have a radio telescope? They don't operate a radio telescope?
So why assign the possibility of any credibility to a youtube video (with a starviewer team stamp) which makes such a claim?
Oh, the SETI connection. SETI's California array is shut down.edit on 8/30/2011 by Phage because: (no reason given)
Astronomy Institute To Reactivate Radio Telescope Project
By Jonathan Tam | Staff
Sunday, August 14, 2011 at 9:02 pm
Following successful fundraising efforts, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Institute, an institute that previously partnered with UC Berkeley, will be able to begin to reactivate its array of 42 radio telescope dishes after the project was shut down in April due to a lack of funding.
I am In The US Navy Space Command And I Have Been To Elenin -- Ask Me A Q
Due to all the internet hype the Navy actually sent a recon mission to elenin. Let's just say it won't cause the excitement some think. But it may present a few surprises that no one expected.
I'll be here for about 20 minutes to answer questions and then I'm off. Just trying to be nice because I know there is a lot of buzz about it.
Q–How long does it take to get there?
From the moment the crew steps in the craft, preps, clears port, about 60 minutes. Actual travel time, about 20.