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Submission + - Search for spacelife takes aim at specific planets (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: "In the past the SETI@Home group has blasted radio waves throughout a wide swath of space looking to perhaps serendipitously come across alien communications. But a new University of California, Berkeley project will aim the world's largest radio telescope at 86 planetary systems recently discovered by NASA's super-space telescope Kepler in an effort to detects signs of extraterrestrial communications."
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Search for spacelife takes aim at specific planets

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