Subject: Did the Seti programme ever try to search for organised coms arrays?
Date: Mon Aug 2 16:07:48 1999
Posted by Michael Grandt
Grade level: grad (non-science)
School: I'm on my own
City: Copenhagen State/Province: Sjślland
Area of science: Astronomy
Which is to say... Did anyone ever think to check, if a galactic
counterpart to the geostationary communications sattelites of our earth
exists within the galaxy? Like a huge sattelite hovering above the disc of
the galaxy? Anything of the sort... It may be a long shot, but it just
might be there, and would n ot take too long to check.
Re: Did the Seti programme ever try to search for organised coms arrays?
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