The region near the center of our galaxy contains the highest concentration of stars in the sky, yet has only been searched for ETI signals at a few “magic” frequencies. We will search a large area near the galactic center over the entire “waterhole” frequency range, from 1420 to 1720 MHz.
As Rosetta crashed into comet 67p, it dipped below the horizon for the last time as seen from the Allen Telescope Array (ATA) at 05:55pm Pacific time, September 29, 2016. I've used its signal a lot over the years to test our receiving system.
SETI Institute astronomer Peter Jenniskens notes that a very bright meteor, a so-called fireball, was seen in the vicinity of the Allen Telescope Array on Thursday, September 15 at about 7:48 pm local tim