archiv~1.txt: RE: SETI-L: Would it be detected?

RE: SETI-L: Would it be detected?

Clements, Robert ( (no email) )
Mon, 22 Mar 1999 09:59:47 +1100

Sounds more impressive than it (probably) is. When Project Phoenix was
in Australia, they used Pioneer 10 as a calibration signal, checking it
(if i remember rightly - never guaranteed) daily....

All the best,

Robert Clements <Robert.Clements@dva.gov.au>
<http://www.ausnet.net.au/~clemensr/welcome.htm>

>----------
>From: Larry Klaes[SMTP:lklaes@bbn.com]
>Sent: Saturday, March 20, 1999 12:26 AM
>To: Walt Williams; seti@sni.net
>Subject: Re: SETI-L: Would it be detected?
>
>They have detected the incredibly faint signals
>of the Pioneer 10 probe at the edge of the Sol system:
>
>http://www.seti-inst.edu/phoenix/pioneer10.html
>
>http://www.seti-inst.edu/phoenix/gb-p10.html
>
>And Voyager 2:
>
>http://www.seti-inst.edu/phoenix/oz_vger2.html
>
>BTW, The SETI Institute is back at Arecibo searching
>for alien civilizations again:
>
>http://www.seti-inst.edu/phoenix/ao-index.html
>
>Larry
>