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News

Nebula progress report
Check out recent data analysis progress: Reobservation and drifting RFI.
24 Apr 2021, 19:43:58 UTC · Discuss


Birdies and drifting RFI
Check out the latest entry in the Nebula Blog.
25 Feb 2021, 23:09:29 UTC · Discuss


Nebula progress
Read about recent progress in our back-end data analysis: Taking the long view
21 Jan 2021, 5:59:34 UTC · Discuss


SETI@home talk today
David Anderson will give a talk on SETI@home for the Zoom meeting of the Steel City ARC, today at 7:30 PM Eastern time. UPDATE: a recording of the talk is here.
13 Jan 2021, 21:07:18 UTC · Discuss


Nebula update
Check out All in the Timing III, a rundown on recent progress in back-end data analysis.
22 Dec 2020, 4:10:31 UTC · Discuss


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