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SETI@home is a scientific experiment, based at UC Berkeley, that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI). You can participate by running a free program that downloads and analyzes radio telescope data.

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New Nebula blog
A new blog documents the progress and status of Nebula, the SETI@home back end.
2 Dec 2016, 8:12:59 UTC · Discuss


Web site upgrade
We changed the SETI@home web site to use Twitter Bootstrap, a CSS toolkit. This makes the site usable on small displays, and lets us use color schemes developed by other people (this one is called Darkly).
25 Nov 2016, 21:43:52 UTC · Discuss


SETI@home Fall 2016 Fundraiser
The SETI@home Fall 2016 fundraiser has begun. If you haven't received your fundraising letter you can find it here.

The abundance of data has made our funding needs a little more demanding this year, so we're hoping you can help us out a bit more.

As always, thanks for running SETI@home
18 Nov 2016, 20:01:08 UTC · Discuss


Celttooth has passed away.
We are sad to report the passing to long time SETI contributor Celttooth (M. Ian Russell) We will be lessened by his absence.
16 Nov 2016, 6:03:40 UTC · Discuss


Nebula: Completing the SETI@home pipeline
Read about Nebula, a new and faster back end for SETI@home. Nebula removes RFI and finds persistent signals. Its goal is to let us finish the current SETI@home experiment.
7 Nov 2016, 21:48:28 UTC · Discuss


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