archive: Re: SETI Another Argus Project?

Re: SETI Another Argus Project?

Rich Tyndall ( (no email) )
Thu, 27 May 1999 23:20:08 -0400

From: John Bush <jebush@ridgecrest.ca.us>
To: <seti@sni.net>
Sent: Thursday, May 27, 1999 3:23 PM
Subject: SETI Another Argus Project?

> Too Many Projects, Too Few Greek Gods
>
> The July '99 Sky and Telescope has an article on the SETI Institute / Univ
> of CA One Hectare Telescope in 'News Notes', titled "Giant SETI Radio
> Telescope Planned". Towards the article's end there is description of
> another SETI Institute project. It reads in part:
>
> 'The SETI Institute is also funding an effort at Ohio State University
to
> push antenna-array technology one step further. Under the name of Project
> Argus, Robert Ellison and Steve Ellington are designing a fully
"steerable"
> radio telescope with no moving parts...'
--------

During a phone conversation (last year) with John Kraus, he told me about
the new antenna under development, called "Argus". At the time, I figured
that there was going to some confusion down the road.
He didn't tell me how big it was going to be! For some reason, I was
picturing a much smaller array.
73, Rich <>