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   • A for Andromeda
   • Algonquin Radio Observatory
   • Allen Telescope Array (ATA0
   • all-sky survey
   • Ambartsumian, Viktor Amazaspovich (1908–1996)
   • Ansbro, Eamonn
   • Arecibo Message
   • Arecibo radio telescope
   • Argus, Project
   • Argus radio telescope
   • Arkhipov, Alexey V. (1959–)
   • artifacts, alien
   • Astraglossa
   • astroengineering
   • astrosociology
   • Atchley, Jr., Dana W.

   • beacon, interstellar
   • Beck, Lewis White (1913–1997)
   • BETA, Project
   • Big Ear
   • Billingham, John (1930–)
   • Boyce, Chris (1943–1999)
   • Bracewell, Ronald Newbold (1921–2007)
   • Bracewell probes
   • Brookings Study
   • Byurakan SETI conferences (1964 and 1971)

   • Calvin, Melvin (1911–1997)
   • Cameron, Alastair Graham Walter (1925–2005)
   • CETI (Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence)
   • CETI, opposition to
   • Cocconi, Giuseppe (1914–2008)
   • Columbus Optical SETI Observatory (COSETI)
   • communication with the Moon and planets
   • Contact (novel and film)
   • Cornell University
   • Cosmic Search magazine
   • Cros, Charles (1846–1888)
   • CTA-102
   • cultural hurdle
   • Cyclops, Project

   • Declaration of Principles (Concerning Activities Following the Detection of Extraterrestrial Intelligence)
   • Dixon, Robert S. (1939–)
   • Dobzhansky, Theodosius (1900–1975)
   • dolphins, as a form of alien intelligence
   • Drake, Frank Donald (1930–)
   • Drake's cryptogram
   • Drake Equation
   • Dyson, Freeman John (1923–)
   • Dyson sphere

   • Encounter 2001 Message
   • Ehman, Jerry R.
   • Eiseley, Loren Corey (1907–1977)
   • Epsilon Eridani
   • evolutionary theory and extraterrestrial life
   • extraterrestrial civilizations, lifetime of
   • extraterrestrial intelligence, forms
   • extraterrestrial intelligence, likelihood
   • extraterrestrial intelligence, procedures following first contact
   • extraterrestrial probes

   • "face" on Mars
   • Fermi Paradox
   • FGK stars
   • Follow-Up Detection device
   • Freitas, Robert

   • Galactic Club
   • galactic empire
   • Galton, Francis (1822–1911)
   • Gould, Stephen Jay (1941–2002)
   • Green Bank
   • Green Bank conference (1961)
   • Guzman Prize

   • HabCat (Catalog of Nearby Habitable Systems)
   • Harvard-Arecibo off-line SETI
   • Harvard SETI Group
   • Hat Creek Observatory
   • Hellas
   • High Resolution Microwave Survey (HRMS)
   • Hoerner, Sebastian von (1919–2003)
   • Horowitz, Paul (1942–)
   • Huang, Su-Shu (1915–1977)
   • humpback whales, songs of

   • Intelligent Life in the Universe
   • interstellar beacon
   • interstellar radio message

   • Jung, Carl Gustav (1875–1961)

   • Kardashev, Nikolai Semenovich (1932–)
   • Kardashev civilizations
   • Kraus, John D. (1910–2004)

   • Lederberg, Joshua (1925–)
   • Leuschner Observatory
   • LINCOS
   • Listeners, The
   • Littrow, Joseph Johann von (1781–1840)
   • lost languages
   • Lovell, (Alfred Charles) Bernard (1913–)
   • Lovell Telescope
   • Lunan, Duncan Alasdair (1945–)

   • Marconi, Guglielmo (1874–1937)
   • mathematics as a universal language
   • Matthew, William Diller (1871–1930)
   • mediocrity, principle of
   • META (Megachannel ExtraTerrestrial Assay)
   • Microwave Observing Program (MOP)
   • Milne, Edward Arthur (1896–1950)
   • Morrison, Philip (1915–2005)
   • Morrison-Cocconi Conjecture
   • Morrison's radioglyph scheme
   • Multichannel Spectrum Analyzer
   • Murray, Bruce C. (1932–)

   • narrowband
   • neutrino communication
   • non-humanoid ETIs

   • Ohio SETI Program
   • Ohio State University Radio Observatory
   • Oliver, Bernard ("Barney") M. (1916–1995)
   • omnidirectional antenna
   • opinion polls, about extraterrestrials
   • optical SETI
   • optical SETI at Berkeley
   • optical SETI at Harvard
   • Ozma, Project

   • paleocontact hypothesis
   • Parkes radio Telescope
   • Phoenix, Project
   • piggyback search
   • Pioneer 10
   • Pioneer plaque

   • Q0957+561 A,B
   • "Q" waves

   • radioglyph
   • ringworld

   • Sagan, Carl Edward (1934–1996)
   • Sagan's Response
   • Sakurai, Kunitomo (1933–)
   • Search for Life in the Universe, The
   • Seeger, Charles L. (1912–)
   • Sentinel, Project
   • sentinel hypothesis
   • SERENDIP
   • SERENDIP I
   • SERENDIP II
   • SERENDIP III
   • SERENDIP IV
   • SETA (Search for Extraterrestrial Artifacts)
   • SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence)
   • SETI, a critical history (PhD thesis)
  1. Introduction
  2. SETI science
  3. SETI as popular science
  4. The rehabilitation of "mind"
  5. The Soviet critique of SETI
  6. The evolutionists' critique of SETI
  7. The philosophers' critique of SETI
  8. Plausible non-humanoid ETIs
  9. Reactions to the "nature"-based critiques
10. Inflection
11. Evanescence
12. Conclusion
   • SETI, false alarms
   • SETI, history of important events
   • SETI, religious dimension
   • SETI, unexplained signals
   • SETI Australia Center
   • SETI@home
   • SETI Institute
   • SETI League
   • SETIQuest
   • SETV (Search for Extraterrestrial Visitation)
   • Shklovskii, Iosef Samuilovich (1916–1985)
   • Shostak, Seth (1940s–)
   • signal verification
   • Simpson, George Gaylord (1902–1984)
   • Southern SERENDIP
   • Spielberg, Steven (1947–)
   • Stride, Scot L.
   • Struve, Otto (1897–1963)
   • Suitcase SETI
   • Sun, as a gravitational lens for focusing interstellar signals

   • target star
   • targeted search
   • Targeted Search System
   • Tarter, Jill Cornell (1944–)
   • Tau Ceti
   • Team Encounter
   • Teodorani, Massimo
   • Tesla, Nikola (1856–1943)
   • Tipler's Argument
   • Todd, David Peck (1855–1939)
   • Tough, Allen
   • Townes, Charles Hard (1915–)
   • Troitskii, Vsevolod Sergeevich (1913–)
   • Turnbull, Margaret C.
   • twenty-one centimeter line

   • UFOs
   • University of California, Berkeley
   • ultraviolet lasers, interstellar signaling via
   • universal translator

   • Vakoch, Douglas A.
   • Valdes, Francisco ("Frank") G.
   • von Neumann probe
   • Voyager interstellar record

   • Wald, George (1906–1997)
   • Wallace, Alfred Russell (1823–1913)
   • waterhole
   • Watson and Marilyn Alberts Chair
   • We Are Not Alone
   • Welch, William ("Jack")
   • Wow! signal

   • Zaitsev, Alexander
   • zoo hypothesis

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