Three-telescope synchronized narrowband pulse observations, Report of Observations, December 2019
This is a presentation about our the latest SETI observation results. The DSES 60-foot dish antenna in Haswell and the 40-foot dish antenna at the Greenbank Observatory in West Virginia have been making simultaneous observations for SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) since November 2017. Now a third antenna in New Hampshire has been added. Simultaneous observing by sites distant from each other helps filter out local radio frequency interference (RFI). Signals observed at each site can then more confidently be identified as non-Earth in origin. This presentation summarizes the results with the addition of the third New Hampshire antenna in December 2019. The presentation is written by Skip Crilly. It was revised February 2, 2020.
Please click the link to read the presentation in PDF format: Three-telescope synchronized narrowband pulse observations – Report of Observations, December 2019 by Skip Crilly, Education and Public Outreach Volunteer Science Ambassador, Green Bank Observatory, 1/22/2020, revised 2/2/2020
Skip Crilly’s earlier version is still available here.