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SETI research articles and news for 2016 JAN
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SETI articles from 2017 June & July

Due to travel and vacation I forgot to send the June mailing of SETI.news. Rather than send a tardy mid-month mailing, you get an extra-full version for June & July together – ENJOY!
  1. Measuring the effect of an astrobiology course on student optimism regarding extraterrestrial life
    D. L. Morgan
    International Journal of Astrobiology, 07/2017
  2. Estimates for the number of visible galaxy-spanning civilizations and the cosmological expansion of life
    S. J. Olson
    International Journal of Astrobiology, 04/2017
  3. The Breakthrough Listen Initiative and the Future of the Search for Intelligent Life
    J. E. Enriquez, et al.
    AASTCS5
  4. SETI Observations of Low Mass Stars at the SETI Institute
    G. R. Harp
    AASTCS5
  5. From Earth to the Universe: Life, Intelligence, and Evolution
    L. Billings
    Astrobiology, 07/2017
  6. That is not dead which can eternal lie: the aestivation hypothesis for resolving Fermi's paradox
    A. Sandberg, S. Armstrong, & M. M. Cirkovic
    arXiv:1705.03394
  7. Decryption of Messages from Extraterrestrial Intelligence Using the Power of Social Media - The SETI Decrypt Challenge
    R. Heller
    arXiv:1706.00653
  8. Is there anybody out there?
    L. A. Anchordoqui, S. M. Weber, & J. F. Soriano
    arXiv:1706.01907
  9. Cosmic Modesty
    A. Loeb
    arXiv:1706.05959
  10. On a Morphology of Contact Scenario Space
    J. Voros
    arXiv:1706.08966
  11. Exoplanets and SETI
    J. T. Wright
    arXiv:1707.02175
  12. SETI in vivo: testing the we-are-them hypothesis
    M. A. Makukov & V. I. shCherbak
    arXiv:1707.03382
  13. Exoplanet Transits as the Foundation of an Interstellar Communications Network
    D. H. Forgan
    arXiv:1707.03730
  14. The Breakthrough Listen Search for Intelligent Life: A Wideband Data Recorder System for the Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope
    D. H. E. MacMahon, et al.
    arXiv:1707.06024
  15. Alternative Standard Frequencies for Interstellar Communication
    C Sivaram, Kenath Arun, & Kiren O V 
    arXiv:1707.09259


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