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CATALOGUE OF SETI PUBLICATIONS Stephane Dumas [email protected] January 2, 2016

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Contents Introduction

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Papers

7

Popular books

69

Proceedings

77

Reports

157

IAC conferences

161

Special Issues of Acta Astronautica

199

Cosmic Search

219

Miscellaneous meetings

225

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Introduction This document is continuously updated, this is not a definitive version. The date on the cover is used to indicate the latest update This work has been commissioned by the International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) SETI Permanent Committee as part of the history of SETI working group. It is not intended as an ultimate reference in the matter but rather a compilation of publications related to SETI. It should be used as a starting point of any SETI bibliographic research. This document has been produced as a Portable Format Document (PDF). Any software that is used to display the PDF can also do search (ctrl-F) inside the document. For any corrections or additions, please send your comments to [email protected]

Acknowledgements Thanks to Alexander Panov for his help in the translation of some Russian documents. Andrew J. Sutter and J¨ urgen Lehmann for sharing their lists of SETI papers.

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PAPERS This section deals with papers related to SETI Papers in this section may be also found in other sections when they are published in proceedings or reports. The following table has four columns. The first is an index. The second lists the authours of the publication. The third column is the title. The fourth column lists information related to the papers such as the journal, the volume, etc. The whole table has been sorted by first authour. (P001)

Ailleris, P.

The lure of local SETI : fifty years of field experiments

Acta Astronautica, v68, p.2-15, (2011)

(P002)

Almar, I. Race, M.S.

Discovery of extra-terrestrial life: assessment by scales of its importance and associated risks

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, v369, (2011)

(P003)

Almar, I. Tarter, J.

The discovery of ETI as a highconsequence, low-probability event

(P004)

Almar, I.

SETI terminology : do we interpret SETI terms correctly ?

Acta Astronautica, v68, p.351-357, (2011)

(P005)

Almar, I.

SETI and astrobiology : the Rio scale and the London scale

Acta Astronautica, v69, p.899-904, (2011)

(P006)

Almar, I.

SETI and astrobiology: the Rio scale and the London scale

Acta Astronautica, #69, p.899-903, (2011)

(P007)

Almar, I.

How the Rio scale should be improved

(P008)

Altunin, V.I.

Prospects for using soviet DSN antennas for SETI

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Third Decennial USSR conference, (1993)

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(P009)

Ambarzumian, V.A.

First Soviet-American Conference on Communication with Extraterrestrial Inteligence (CETI)

Icarus, (1972)

(P010)

Ambarzumian, V.A.

List of participants CETI conference Byurakan, 5-11 September, 1971

(1971)

(P011)

Anderson, D. P. Werthimer, D. Cobb, J.

SETI at Home Internet Distributed Computing for SETI

A New Era in Bioastronomy, v213, p.511-518, (2000)

(P012)

Anderson, G.M.

Some Problems in Communications with Relativistic Interstellar rockets

JBIS, v28, (1975)

(P013)

Anderson, P.

On Fermi’s Non-Paradox

JBIS, v39, p.327, (1986)

(P014)

Anderson, P.

Letter to the editor in response to “Search for artificial stellar sources of in- frared radiation” from F.Dyson.

Science, v32, p.251-252, (1960)

(P015)

Annis, J.

An astrophysical explanation for the Great Silence

JBIS, v52, p.19-20, (1999)

(P016)

Aretxaga-Burgos, R. Chela-Flores, J.

Cultural implications of the search and eventual discovery of a second genesis

Genesis - in the beginning precursors of life, chemical models and early biological evolution, v22, p.873890, (2012)

(P017)

Armstrong, S. Sandberg, A.

Eternity in six hours : intergalactic spreading of intelligent life and sharpening the Fermi paradox

Acta Astronautica, v89, p.1-13, (2013)

(P018)

Arnold, L.

Transmitting signals over interstellar distances: three approaches compared in the context of the Drake equation.

astrophysical journal, v627, p.534-539, (2005)

(P019)

Arrhenius, S.

The transmission of life through the universe

the monist, v18, p.161-175, (1908)

(P020)

Ashkenazi, M. Arbold, R. Coulter, G.

SETI and Human Behavior : Human Responses to an ETI Signal Detection

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v16,

p.412-414,

p.168-174,

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(P021)

Atri, D. DeMarines, J. Haqq-Misra, J.

A Protocol for Messaging to Extraterrestrial Intelligence

(P022)

Atwell, E. Demetriou, G. Hugghes, J.

Comparing linguistic interpretation schemes for English corpora

(P023)

Atwell, E. Elliott, J.

A corpus for interstellar communication

(P024)

Augenstein, B.W.

Interstellar Colonisation by Visiting Card

(1990)

(P025)

Backus, P. R. Jordan, J. C. Harper, D. G.

Real time data acquisition in SETI

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.169-172, (1992)

(P026)

Backus, P. R.

Project Phoenix - SETI Observations from 1200 to 1750 MHz with the Upgraded Arecibo Telescopes

Single-Dish Radio Astronomy, v278, p.525-527, (2002)

(P027)

Backus, P.R.

The NASA SETI Microwave Observing Project Targeted Search

Third decennial US-USSR conference on SETI, v47, (1993)

(P028)

Bainbridge, W. S.

Attitudes Toward Interstellar Communication - An Empirical Study

JBIS, v36, (1983)

(P029)

Balazs, B. A.

SETI and the Galactic Belt of Intelligent Life

A New Era in Bioastronomy, v213, p.441-444, (2000)

(P030)

Ball, J.A.

The Zoo hypothesis

Icarus, (1973)

v19,

p.347-349,

(P031)

Ball, J.A.

The Zoo hypothesis

Icarus, (1973)

v19,

p.347-349,

(P032)

Banin, A. Navrot, J.

Chemical fingerprint of life in terrestrial soils and their possible use for the detection of life on Mars and other planets

Icarus, (1979)

v37,

p.347-350,

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Space Policy, v27, #3, p.165-169, (2011)

p.298-304,

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(P033)

Barlow, M.T.

Galactic exploration by directed selfreplicating probes, and its implications for the Fermi paradox

Int. J. Astrobiology, v12, p.63-68, (2012)

(P034)

Baster, S. Elliott, J.

A SETI metapolicy : new directions towards comprehensive policies concerning the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence

Acta Astronautica, v78, p.31-36, (2012)

(P035)

Bates, D. R.

Communication with galactic civilizations

Physics Bulletin, p.26-29, (1972)

(P036)

Baum, S.D. Haqq-Misra, J.

Would Contact with Extraterrestrials Benefit or Harm Humanity? A Scenario Analysis

Acta Astronautica, v68, #11, p.2114-2129, (2011)

(P037)

Baxter, S. Elliott, J.

A SETI metapolicy: new directions towards comprehensive policies concerning the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence

Acta Astronautica, #78, p.31-36, (2012)

(P038)

Baxter, S.

Project Icarus: Interstellar Spaceprobes and Encounters with Extraterrestial Intelligence

JBIS, v66, #1, p.51-60, (2013)

(P039)

Beech, M.

The past, present and future supernova threat to Earth’s biosphere

Astrophys., Space. Sci, #336, p.287-302, (2011)

(P040)

Benford, G. Benford, J. Benford, D.

searching for cost optimized interstellar beacons

(2008) arXiv:0810.3966

(P041)

Benford, J. Benford, G. Benford, D.

Messaging with cost optimized interstellar beacons

(2008) arXiv:0810.3964

(P042)

Benford, J. Benford, G. Benford, D.

cost optimized interstellar beacons: meti

(2010)

(P043)

Benford, J.

Starship Sails Propelled by CostOptimized Directed Energy

JBIS, v66, #3, p.85-95, (2013)

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v23,

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(P044)

Berg, A.S.

Scanning the cosmos: the search for life in the universe

Mcgill Science undergraduate research journal, v7, (2012)

(P045)

Betinus, E.J.

On ETI Alien Probe Flux Density

JBIS, v31, (1978)

(P046)

Betz, A.

A directed search for extraterrestrial laser signals

Acta Astronautica, v13, #10, p.623-629, (1986)

(P047)

Bezsudnov, I. Snarskii, A.

Where is Everybody?.. Wait a Moment... New Approach to the Fermi Paradox

(2010) arXiv:1007.2774

(P048)

Bhathal, R. Vozzo, L. Ross, D.

SETI education programs in Australia

Acta Astronautica, v46, #10, p.701-705, (2000)

(P049)

Bhathal, R.

Australian optical SETI project

A New Era in Bioastronomy, v213, p.553-558, (2000)

(P050)

Billingham, J. Benford, J.

costs and difficulties of large-scale messaging, and the need for international debate on potential risks

(2011) arXiv:1102.1938

(P051)

Billingham, J. Oliver, B. M. Wolfe, J. H.

A review of the theory of interstellar communication

Acta Astronautica, p.47-57, (1979)

(P052)

Billingham, J. Tarter, J.

Detection of the Earth with the SETI microwave observing system assumed to be operating out in the galaxy

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.185-188, (1992)

(P053)

Billingham, J.

Risk and value analysis of SETI

Acta Astronautica, v21, #2, p.69-72, (1990)

(P054)

Billingham, J.

Cultural aspects of the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Acta Astronautica, v42, #10, p.711-719, (1998)

(P055)

Billingham, J.

Pesek Lecture : SETI and society : decision trees

Acta Astronautica, v51, #10, p.667-672, (2002)

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(P056)

Billingham, J.

Summary of results of the seminar on the cultural impact of extraterrestrial contact

ASP conference series, v213, p.667-675, (2000)

(P057)

Billingham, J.

A Decision Process for Examining the Possibility of Sending Communications to Extraterrestrial Civilizations

IAA position paper

(P058)

Billingham, J.

Search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Proceedings of the 1992 Annual Meeting NASA Occupational Health Program, p.143-151, (1993)

(P059)

Biraud, F. Tarter, J.

Conclusion of the selected target search at the Nancay observatory

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.201-204, (1992)

(P060)

Biraud, F.

SETI at the Nancay radiotelescope

Acta Astronautica, v10, #11, p.759-760, (1983)

(P061)

Bjork, R.

Exploring the Galaxy using space probes

Int. J. Astrobiology, v6, p.89-93, (2007)

(P062)

Blair, D. G. Norris, R. P. Troup, E. R.

A narrow-band search for extraterrestrial intelligence using the interstellar contact channel hypothesis

Mon. Not. R. Astr. Soc, v257, p.105-109, (1992)

(P063)

Blair, D. G. Zadnik, M. G.

A list of possible interstellar communication channel frequencies for SETI

Astron. Astrophys., v278, p.669-672, (1993)

(P064)

Bond, A. Martin, A.R.

A Conservative Estimate of the Number of Habitable Planets in the Galaxy

JBIS, v31, (1978)

(P065)

Bostrom, N.

Where are they?

MIT technology review, p.72-77, (2008)

(P066)

Bowyer, S. Zeitlin, G. Tarter, J.

The Berkeley parasitic SETI program

Icarus, (1983)

(P067)

Bowywe, S.

Forty Trillion Signals From Serendip The Berkeley SETI Program

Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, v74, p.285-292, (1995)

(P068)

Boyce, P.B.

The first two steps after the signal arrives: verify and tell the world

Acta Astronautica, v21, #2, p.85-88, (1990)

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v53,

p.411-415,

p.147-155,

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(P069)

Bozhilov, V. Duncan, H. F.

The Entropy Principle and the influence of sociological pressures on SETI

(2010) arXiv:1004.1822v1

(P070)

Bracewell, R. N. MacPhie, R. H.

Searching for nonsolar planets

Icarus, (1979)

(P071)

Bracewell, R. N.

An Extended Drake Equation, the longevity separation relation inhomogeneities and chain formation

Acta Astronautica, p.67-69, (1979)

(P072)

Bracewell, R. N.

Communications from superior galactic communities

Nature, v186, p.670-671, (1960)

(P073)

Bracewell, R.N. MacPhie, R.H.

Searching for nonsolar planets

Icarus, (1979)

(P074)

Bradbury, R.J. Cirkovic, M.M. Dvorsky, G.

Dysonian Approach to SETI: A Fruitful Middle Ground?

JBIS, v64, (2011)

(P075)

Breeden, J.L.

SETI implications of gravitational assist via chaotic trajectories of binary objects

Acta Astronautica, v93, p.106-111, (2014)

(P076)

Breher, J. W.

Against the use of power law luminosity functions for ET beacons

Bioastronomy p.467, (2003)

(P077)

Briggs, M.H.

The Detection of Planets at Interstellar Distances

JBIS, v17, p.59-60, (1959)

(P078)

Briggs, M.H.

Evolutionary Biochemistry

JBIS, v21, (1968)

(P079)

Brin, D.

The Great Silence : the controversy Concerning Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life

Q.Jl R.Astr.Soc., p.283-309, (1983)

(P080)

Brin, D.

a contrarian perspective on altruism : the dangers of first contact

(P081)

Briot, D.

Is it the first use of the word Astrobiology ? 13

v38,

v38,

p.136-147,

v6,

p.136-147,

p.156-165,

2002,

p.113-121,

(2012) arXiv:1207.1491

v24,

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(P082)

Busch, M. W. Reddick, R. M.

Testing SETI Message Designs

(P083)

Callimahos, L.

Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence

(P084)

Carrigan, R.A.

Do potential SETI signals need to be decontaminated ?

Acta Astronautica, v58, p.112-117, (2006)

(P085)

Carrigan, R.A.

Is interstellar archeology possible ?

Acta Astronautica, v78, p.121-126, (2012)

(P086)

Carrigan, R.A.

Is interstellar archeology possible?

Acta Astronautica, #78, p.121-136, (2012)

(P087)

Carrigan, R.A.

IRAS-based whole-sky upper limit on Dyson spheres

Astrophysical journal, v698, p.2075-2086, (2009)

(P088)

Carrigan, R.A.

The ultimate hacker: SETI signals may need to be decontaminated

Bioastronomy (2002)

(P089)

Carrigan, R.A.

Starry Messages : Searching for Signatures of Interstellar Archaeology

(2010) arXiv:1001.5455

(P090)

Carrigan, R.A.

Searching for Dyson spheres with Planck spectrum fits to IRAS

(2004)

(P091)

Cartin, D.

Exploration of the local solar neighbourhood I: Fixed number of probes

Int. J. Astrobiology, v12, p.271-281, (2013)

(P092)

Cartin, D.

Upper limits on the probability of an interstellar civilization arising in the local Solar neighbourhood

Int. J. Astrobiology, v14, p.571-575, (2015)

(P093)

Cartin, D.

Quantifying the Fermi paradox in the local Solar neighborhood

(2014)

(P094)

Cavicchioli, R.

Extremophiles and the search for extraterrestrial life

Astrobiology, v2, p.281-292, (2002)

(P095)

Chapman, Al.

A world in the Moon: John Wilkins and his lunar voyage of 1640

Q. Jl. R. astr. Soc, v32, p.121-132, (1991)

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(P096)

Chyba, C.F.

The Origin of Life in the Solar System: Current Issues

Annu.Rev.Earth.Planet.Sci., v23, p.215-249, (1995)

(P097)

Cirkovic, M.M. Bradbury, R.

Galactic Gradients, Postbiological Evolution and the Apparent Failure of SETI

(2005) arXiv:astro-ph/0506110

(P098)

Cirkovic, M.M. Milosevic-Zdjelar, V.

Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Doomsday - A Critical Assessment of the no-outsider requirement

Serb. Astron. J., #166, p.1-11, (2003)

(P099)

Cirkovic, M.M. Vukotic, B. Dragicevic, I.

Galactic punctuated equilibrium: how to undermine carter’s anthropic argument in astrobiology

(2009) arXiv:0912.4980

(P100)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Who are the SETI sceptics ?

Acta Astronautica, v89, p.38-45, (2013)

(P101)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Too early? On the apparent conflict of astrobiology and cosmology

Biology and Philosophy, v21, p.369-379, (2006)

(P102)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Forecast for the Next Eon: Applied Cosmology and the Long-Term Fate of Intelligent Beings

Foundations of Physics, v34, p.239-261, (2004)

(P103)

Cirkovic, M.M.

On the Importance of SETI for Transhumanism

J. Evolution and Technology

(P104)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Against the Empire

JBIS, v61, p.246-254, (2008) arXiv:0805.1821

(P105)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Fermi Paradox - The Last Challenge for Copernicansm ?

Serb. Astron. J., #178, p.1-20, (2009)

(P106)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Adaptationism Fails to Resolve Fermi’s Paradox

Serbian Astronomical Journal, v170, p.89-100, (2005)

(P107)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Permanence : an adaptationist solution to Fermi’s paradox?

(2004) arXiv:astro-ph/040852

(P108)

Cirkovic, M.M.

The Temporal Aspect of the Drake Equation and SETI

(2003) arxiv:astro-ph/0306186v1

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(P109)

Cirkovic, M.M.

Cosmic irony: catastrophes?

(P110)

Clarkes, J.N.

Extraterrestrial intelligence and galactic nuclear activity

Icarus, (1981)

(P111)

Cleator, P.E.

Extra-terrestrial life

JBIS, v2, (1935)

(P112)

Cobb, J. Lebofsky, M. Werthimer, D.

Serendip IV : data acquisition, reductions and analysis

(P113)

Cocca, A. A.

XII Tables for researchers on extraterrestrial intelligence

Acta Astronautica, v21, #2, p.127-130, (1990)

(P114)

Cocconi, G. Morrison, P.

Searching for Interstellar Communications

Nature, p.844-846, (1959)

(P115)

Coffey, E.J.

The Improbability of Behavioural Convergence in Aliens – Behavioural Implications of Morphology

JBIS, v38, #11, p.515520, (1985)

(P116)

Coffey, E.J.

Evolutionary Objections to Alien Design Models

JBIS, v39, #11, p.508512, (1986)

(P117)

Coffrey, E.J.

Hominid Evolution and SETI

JBIS, v34, #3, (1981)

(P118)

Cohen, N. Charlton, D.

Polychromatic SETI

Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, v74, p.313-324, (1995)

(P119)

Cohen, N.L. Malkan, M.A. Dickey, J.M.

A passive SETI in globular clusters at the hydroxyl and water lines

Icarus, (1980)

(P120)

Colomb, F.R. Hurrell, E. Lemarchand, G.A.

Results of Two Years of SETI Observations with META II

Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, v74, p.345-354, (1995)

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(2003) arXiv:astro-ph/0309769 v46,

v41,

p.94-96,

#1,

p.3-4,

p.198-204,

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(P121)

Colomb, F.R. Hurrell, E. Olalde, J. C.

SETI Activities in Argentina

Third decennial US-USSR conference on SETI, v47, p.279-290, (1993)

(P122)

Contant, J.M

IAA: 35 years of search for extraterrestrial intelligence, tribute to Jean Heidmann

Acta Astronautica, v67, p.1340-1341, (2010)

(P123)

Cooper, J.C.

Extraterrestrial Life

JBIS, v19, p.302, (1964)

(P124)

Cooper, J.C.

Extraterrestrial Life and Space Lawyers

JBIS, v19, p.101, (1963)

(P125)

Corbet, R.H.D.

The Use of Gamma-Ray Bursts as Direction and Time Markers in SETI Strategies

(1999) arXiv:astro-ph/9904268v1

(P126)

Corbet, R.H.D.

Synchronized SETI - The Case for Opposition

(2002) arXiv:astro-ph/0208122v1

(P127)

Cordes, J. Lazio, J. Sagan, C.

Scintillation-induced intermittency in SETI

The Astrophysical journal, v487, p.782-808, (1997)

(P128)

Cordes, J. Lazio, J.

Interstellar Scintillation and SETI

Third decennial US-USSR conference on SETI, v47, p.143-160, (1993)

(P129)

Cordes, J.M. Sullivan, W.T.

Astrophysical Coding A New Approach to SETI Signals - Signal Design and Wave Propagation

Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, v74, p.325-336, (1995)

(P130)

Cotta, C. Morales, A.

A Computational Analysis of Galactic Exploration with Space Probes: Implications for the Fermi Paradox

JBIS, v62, p.82-88, (2009)

(P131)

Coughlin, J.L.

Extrasolar Planets: What Can Be Known before Going There

JBIS, v66, #1, p.47-50, (2013)

(P132)

Coulter, G.R. Klein, M.J. Backus, P.R.

Searching for intelligent life in the universe : NASA high resolution microwave survey

Adv Space Biol Med, v4, p.189-224, (1994)

(P133)

Courtin, R.

Jean Heidmann (1923-2000) and SETI

Highlights of astronomy, v15, p.722-723, (2009)

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(P134)

Crawford, I.A.

Project Icarus: a review of local interstellar medium properties of relevance for space missions to the nearest stars

Acta Astronautica, (2010) arXiv:1010.4823

(P135)

Crawford, I.A.

Interstellar travel: tronomers

Q. Jl. R. astr. Soc, v31, p.377-400, (1990)

(P136)

Crick, F.H.C. Orgel, L.E.

Directed panspermia

Icarus, (1973)

(P137)

Crossley, R.

Percival Lowell and the history of Mars

The Massachusetts Reviews, v41, p.297-318, (2000)

(P138)

Crowe, M. J.

A history of the extraterrestrial life debate

Zygon, v32, #2, p.147162, (1997)

(P139)

Cullers, D. K.

Sensitive pulses

Acta Astronautica, v13, #1, p.31-37, (1986)

(P140)

Cullers, K. Stanley, R. D.

SETI algorithms

(P141)

Cullers, K.

Project Phoenix and Beyond

Bioastronomy 99, (2000)

(P142)

Davies, P.C.W. Wagner, R.V.

Searching for alien artifacts on the Moon

Acta Astronautica, #89, p.261-265, (2013)

(P143)

Davies, P.C.W.

Searching for a shado biosphere on Earth as a test of the ’cosmic imperative’

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, v369, p.624-632, (2011)

(P144)

Davis, J.

A bibliography of government documents on extraterrestrials life : 19571976

Government Publications Review, v5, #3, p.295309, (1978)

(P145)

De la Torre, G. G.

Toward a new cosmic consciousness : psychoeducational aspects of contact with extraterrestrial civilizations

Acta Astronautica, v94, #2, p.577-583, (2014)

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(P146)

de Vladar, H.P.

The game of active search for extraterrestrial intelligence: breaking the ‘Great Silence’

Int J. Astrobiology, v12, p.53-62, (2013)

(P147)

DeBoer, D. R.

The Allen telescope array : commensal and efficient SETI

Acta Astronautica, v59, p.1153-1159, (2006)

(P148)

Denning, K.

Unpacking the great transmission debate

Acta Astronautica, v67, p.1399-1405, (2010)

(P149)

Denning, K.

If life what we make of it?

Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A, v369, (2011)

(P150)

Denning, K.

L on Earth

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The Extraterrestrial Imperative: Part 1: Evolutionary Logic

JBIS, v32, (1979)

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Elliott, J. Demetriou, G. Hugghes, J.

A comparative evaluation of modern English corpus grammatical annotation schemes

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Elliott, J. Whyte, W.

Increasing our ignorance of language: identifying language structure in an unknown signal

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(P641)

Swarup, G.

Giant metrewave radio telescope - its possible use for SETI

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.239-242, (1992)

(P642)

Swarup, G.

Pesek Lecture : SETI in India

Acta Astronautica, v46, #10, p.621-626, (2000)

(P643)

Tang, T.B.

The Number of Communicative Civilisations in the Galaxy

JBIS, v30, p.332, (1977)

(P644)

Tang, T.B.

The Fundamental Dimensionless Numbers and the Possibility of Life: Part Two

JBIS, v32, p.88-94, (1980)

(P645)

Tang, T.B.

Fermi Paradox and CETI

JBIS, v35, #5, (1982)

57

entropy

of

v60,

v431,

p.675-684,

p.27-28,

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(P646)

Tang, T.B.

The Number of Inhabited Planets in the Galaxy

JBIS, v37, #9, p.410-413, (1984)

(P647)

Tang. T.B.

The Fundamental Dimensionless Numbers and the Possibility of Life: Part One

JBIS, v32, p.84-89, (1980)

(P648)

Tarter, D.

Interpreting and reporting on a SETI discovery : we should be prepared

Space Policy, p.137-148, (1992)

(P649)

Tarter, D. E.

Security considerations in signal detection

Acta Astronautica, v46, #10, p.725-728, (2000)

(P650)

Tarter, J. Ackermann, R. Barotte, W.

The first SETI observations with the Allen telescope array

Acta Astronautica, v68, p.340-346, (2010)

(P651)

Tarter, J. Agrawal, A. Ackermann, R.

SETI turns 50 : five decades of progress in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Proc. SPIE, v7819, (2010)

(P652)

Tarter, J. Backus, P. Blair, S.

Advancing the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

(P653)

Tarter, J. Chyba, C.F.

It there life elsewhere in the universe ?

Scientific American, p.118-123, (1999)

(P654)

Tarter, J. Cuzzi, J. Black, D.

A High-Sensitivity Search for Extraterretrial Intelligence at 18 cm

Icarus, (1980)

(P655)

Tarter, J. Dreher, J. Ellingson, S. W.

Recent progress and current activities in the SETI

(P656)

Tarter, J. Duquet, R. T. Clark, T. A.

Recent SETI observations at Arecibo

Acta Astronautica, v10, #5, p.277-282, (1983)

(P657)

Tarter, J.

SETI and serendipity

Acta Astronautica, v11, #7, p.387-391, (1984)

58

v42,

p.136-144,

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(P658)

Tarter, J.

Using the very large array (VLA) and other radio telescopes to perform a parasitic search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Acta Astronautica, v12, #11, p.959-962, (1985)

(P659)

Tarter, J.

SETI field tests with the MCSA 1.0 prototype and plans for radio astronomical observations

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.173-176, (1992)

(P660)

Tarter, J.

Summary of interference measurements at selected radio observatories

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.233-238, (1992)

(P661)

Tarter, J.

Pesek Lecture : Project phoenix and beyond

Acta Astronautica, v41, #4, p.613-622, (1997)

(P662)

Tarter, J.

The Search for Extraterrestrial Inteligence

Annu. Rev. Astron. Astrophys., #39, p.511-548, (2001)

(P663)

Tarter, J.

Astrobiology and SETI

New Astronomy Reviews, v48, p.1543-1549, (2004)

(P664)

Tarter, J.

The history of SETI at the Hat Creek radio observatory

Revealing the Molecular Universe: One Antenna is Never Enough, v356, (2005)

(P665)

Tarter, J.

SETI Observations Worldwide

The Search for Extraterrestrial Life: Recent Developments, p.271-290, (1985)

(P666)

Tarter, J.

SETI Signal Processin with the ATA

(P667)

Tarter, J.

letter to Terry Sauvain about SETI

(1989)

(P668)

Tarter, J.C. Isreal, F. P.

A symbiotic approach to SETI observations use of maps from the Westerbork synthesis radio telescope

Acta Astronautica, v9, #6, p.415-419, (1982)

(P669)

Tarter. J.

Life, the universe and SETI in a nutshell

Bioastronomy (2003)

59

2002,

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(P670)

Taube, M.

Future of the Terrestrial Civlization over a Period of Billions of Years (Red Giant and Earth Shift)

JBIS, v35, #5, (1982)

(P671)

Taylor, D.; Towsey, M.; Finn, G.

A role for neural networks in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

A new era in bioastronomy, (2000)

(P672)

Teodorani, M.

A strategic viewfinder for SETI research

Acta Astronautica, #105, p.512-516, (2014)

(P673)

Thomson, S.

On the frontier of knowledge : a discussion of alian civilizations

Acta Astronautica, v38, p.304-318, (2012)

(P674)

Tilgner, C. N. Heinrichsen, I.

A program to search for Dyson spheres with the infrared space observatory

Acta Astronautica, v42, #10, p.607-612, (1998)

(P675)

Timofeev, M.Yu. Kardashev, N.S. Promyslov, V.G.

A search of the IRAS database for evidence of Dyson spheres

Acta Astronautica, v46, #10, p.655-659, (2000)

(P676)

Tipler, F.J.

We are alone in the galaxy

New Scientist, v96, p.3335, (1982)

(P677)

Tipler, F.J.

Extraterrestrial intelligent beings do not exist

Q.Jl R.astr.Soc, p.267-281, (1980)

v21,

(P678)

Tipler, F.J.

Additonal remarks on extraterrestrial intelligence

Q.Jl R.astr.Soc, p.279-292, (1981)

v22,

(P679)

Tipler, F.J.

Intelligent Life in Cosmology

(2007) arXiv:0704.0058v1

(P680)

Tough, A.

Positive consequences of SETI before detection

Acta Astronautica, v42, #10, p.745-748, (1998)

(P681)

Tough, A.

What Role Will Extraterrestrials Play in Humanity’s Future?

JBIS, v39, #11, p.491498, (1986)

(P682)

Tough, A.

Small smart interstellar probes

JBIS, v51, (1998)

(P683)

Townes, C. H.

At What Wavelengths should we search for signals from extraterrestrial intelligence

Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci, v80, p.1147-1151, (1983)

60

p.167-174,

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(P684)

Troiskii, V. S.

Development of extraterrestrial intelligence and physical laws

Acta Astronautica, v19, #11, p.875-887, (1989)

(P685)

Troitskii, V. S. Starodubtsev, A. M. Bondar, L. N.

Search for radio emissions from extraterrestrial civilizations

Acta Astronautica, p.81-94, (1979)

(P686)

Troitskii, V.S. Starodubtsev, A.M. Gershtein, L.I.

Search for monochromatic 927-MHz radio emission from nearby stars

Soviet Astronomy, v15, #3, p.508-510, (1971)

(P687)

Tuomi, M. Jones, H. R. A. Jenkins, J. S.

Signals Embedded in the Radial Velocity noise

(2012) arXiv:1212.4277

(P688)

Turchin, A.V.

Risks of SETI Program

(P689)

Turnbull, M. Tarter, J.

Target selection for SETI II Tycho 2 dwarfs, old open clusters and the nearest 100 stars

Astrophysical journal suppl series, v149, #2, p.423-436, (2003)

(P690)

Turnbull, M. C. Tarter, J.

Target Selection for SETI : Catalog of Nearby Habitable Stellar Systems

arXiv.astro-ph/0210675v1

(P691)

US government

Possibility of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe, report prepared for the committee on science and technology US government

Library (1977)

of

Congress,

(P692)

US government

Life on Mars: Hearing before the subcommittee on space and aeronautics

Library (1996)

of

Congress,

(P693)

US government

Life in the universe: Hearing before the subcommittee on space and aeronautics, first session

Library (2001)

of

Congress,

(P694)

Vakoch, D.A. Lee, Y.-S.

Reactions to receipt of a message from extraterrestrial intelligence : a crosscultural empirical study

Acta Astronautica, v46, #10, p.737-744, (2000)

(P695)

Vakoch, D.A. Lower, T. A. Niles, B. A.

What should we say to extraterrestrial intelligence ? : an analysis of responses to Earth speaks

Acta Astronautica, v86, p.136-148, (2013)

61

v6,

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(P696)

Vakoch, D.A. Matessa, M.

An algorithmic approach to communicating reciprocal altruism in interstellar messages: Drawing analogies between social and astrophysical phenomena

Acta Astronautica, (2009)

(P697)

Vakoch, D.A.

Constructing messages to extraterrestrials : an exosemiotic perspective

Acta Astronautica, v42, #10, p.697-704, (1998)

(P698)

Vakoch, D.A.

Representing culture in interstellar messages

Acta Astronautica, v63, #5, p.657-664, (2008)

(P699)

Vakoch, D.A.

An iconic approach to communicating musical concepts in interstellar messages

Acta Astronautica, v67, #11, p.1406-1409, (2009)

(P700)

Vakoch, D.A.

A taxonomic approach to communicating maxims in interstellar messages

Acta Astronautica, v68, #3, p.500-511, (2011)

(P701)

Vakoch, D.A.

The art and science of interstellar message composition : a report on international workshops to encourage multidisciplinary discussion

Acta Astronautica

(P702)

Vakoch, D.A.

A narratological approach to interpreting and designing interstellar messages

Acta Astronautica, (2009)

(P703)

Vakoch, D.A.

Asymmetry in Active SETI : A case for transmission from Earth

Acta Astronautica, (2009)

(P704)

Vakoch, D.A.

Responsability, capability, and Active SETI : Policy, Law, ethics and communication with extraterrestrial intelligence

Acta Astronautica, (2009)

(P705)

Vakoch, D.A.

Anthropological Contributions to the Search for Extraterrestrial intelligence

Bioastronomy 2007, v420, (2009)

(P706)

Valides, F. Freitas, R.A.

Comparison of Reproducing and NonReproducing Starprobe Strategies for Galactic Evolution

JBIS, v33, #11, p.402406, (1980)

62

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(P707)

Vallee, J. P. Simard-Normandin, M.

Observational search for polarized emission from space vehicles communication relays near the galactic centre

Astron. Astrophys., v243, p.274-276, (1985)

(P708)

Vallee, J. P.

SETI at the cosmic blackbody radiation peak

Astron. Astrophys. #238, p.1-2, (1990)

(P709)

Verendel, V. Haggstrom, O.

Fermi paradox, extraterrestrial life and the future of humanity: a Bayesian analysis

(2015) arXiv:1510.08684v1

(P710)

Verschuur, G.L.

A search for narrow band 21-cm wavelength signals from ten nearby stars

Icarus, (1973)

(P711)

Viewing, D.

Directly Interacting Extra-Terrestrial Technological Communications

JBIS, v28, (1975)

(P712)

Viewing, D.R. Horswell, C.J. Palmer, E.W.

Detection of Starships

JBIS, (1977)

v30,

p.99-104,

(P713)

Vishniac, W.V. Welty, G.A.

Light scattering experiment: Viking Mars lander

Icarus, (1972)

v16,

p.185-195,

(P714)

von Hoerner, S.

Where is everybody?

Die Naturwissenschaften, v65, p.553-557, (1978)

(P715)

von Hoerner, S.

The search for signals from other civilizations

Science, (1961)

(P716)

von Korff, J. Siemion, A. Korpela, E.

Astropulse and Fly Eye - SETI Searches for Transient Radio Signals Using Distributed Computing

ASP Conference Series, v420, (2009)

(P717)

Voros, J.

Galactic-scale macro-engineering: looking for signs of other intelligent species, as an exercice in hope for our own

(2014) arXiv:1412.4011

(P718)

Vozzo, L. Oliver, C.A.

Science education using SETI as a context for the NSW stage 4 and 5 science syllabus

A new era in bioastronomy, (2000)

(P719)

Vukotic, B. Cirkovic, M.M.

Astrobiology complexity with probabilistic cellular automata

Origins of Life and Evolution of Biosphere, v42, p.347-371, (2012)

63

the

v19,

,

p.329-340,

v134,

p.1839,

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(P720)

Vulpetti, G.

On the viability of the interstellar flight

Acta Astronautica, v44, #7, p.769-792, (1999)

(P721)

Walker, J.C.G.

The search for signals for extraterrestrial civilizations

Nature, v241, p.379-381, (1973)

(P722)

Walters, C. Hoover, R. A. Kotra, R. K.

Interstellar colonization : a new parameter for the Drake equation ?

Icarus, (1980)

(P723)

Walton, L.A. Dumas, S.

The history of the IAA permanent committee - the early years

(2015)

(P724)

Walton, L.A.

Revisiting SETI searched for large scale extraterrestrial technosignatures - resource extraction activities

(2015)

(P725)

Welch, J. Backer, D. Blitz, L.

The Allen Telescope Array: The First Widefield, Panchromatic, Snapshot Radio Camera for Radio Astronomy and SETI

arXiv:0904.0762

(P726)

Welch, W. J.

A Strategy for SETI observations at Arecibo Observatory

Acta Astronautica, v26, #3, p.219-221, (1992)

(P727)

Werthimer, D. Bowyer, S. Donnelly, C.

The Berkeley SETI Program : Serendip III and IV Instrumentation

Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, v74, p.293-302, (1995)

(P728)

Wertz, J.R.

The Human Analogy and the Evolution of Extraterrestrial Civilizations

JBIS, v29, (1976)

(P729)

Wesson, P. S.

Cosmology Extraterrestrial Intelligence and a Resolution of the Fermi-Hart Paradox

Q. J. R. astr. Soc., #31, p.161-170, (1990)

(P730)

Wesson, P. S.

Higher dimensional communication and SETI

(P731)

West, J. L.

Design issues for a mission to exploit the gravitational lensing effect at 550 AU

64

v41,

p.193-197,

p.445-464,

Acta Astronautica, v44, #2, p.99-107, (1999)

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(P732)

Whitmire, D.P. Wright, D.P.

Nuclear waster spectrum as evidence of technological extraterrestrial civilizations

Icarus, (1980)

(P733)

Whitmire, D.P.

Relativistic spaceflight and the catalytic nuclear ramjet

Acta Astronautica, p.497-509, (1975)

(P734)

wikipedia

Interstellar messages: an overview

(P735)

Wiley, K. B.

The Fermi Paradox Self-Replicating Probes and the Interstellar Transportation bandwidth

(2011) arXiv:1111.6121v1

(P736)

Wilson, T. L.

The search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Nature, v409, 1114, (2001)

(P737)

Wilson, T. L.

Baye Theorem and the Real SETI Equation

Q. J. R. astr. Soc., #25, p.435-448, (1984)

(P738)

Wolfe, J.H.

On the question of interstellar travel

in the search of extraterrestrial life: recent developments, p.449-454, (1985)

(P739)

Woodruff, T. S.

Interview with Frank Drake

(P740)

Wright, J.T. Mullan, B. Sigurdsson, S.

The G infrared search for extraterrestrial civilizations with large energy supplies - the reddest extended source in WISE

astrophysical journal suppl series, v217, (2015)

(P741)

Wright, J.T. Mullan, B. Sigurdsson, S.

The infrared search for extraterrestrial civilizations with large energy supplies 1. background and justification

The astrophysical journal, v729, #26, (2014)

(P742)

Wright, J.T.

The G infrared search for extraterrestrial civilizations with large energy supplies - framework, stratgy and first result

astrophysical v729, (2014)

(P743)

Wright, S. A. Drake, F. Stone, R. P. S.

An improved optical SETI detector

65

v42,

p.149-156,

v2,

p.1110-

journal,

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(P744)

Wright, S. A. Werthimer, D. Treffers, R. R.

A near-infrared SETI experiment : instrument overview

SPIE

(P745)

Wright, S. A.

Optical SETI at Lick observatory : a status report

Bioastronomy p.415, (2003)

(P746)

Young, R.S. Painter, R.B. Johnson, R.D.

An analysis of the extraterrestrial life detection problem

NASA SP-75, (1965)

(P747)

Zaitsev, A. Braastad, R.

METI art

9th Workshop and Symposium on Space and the Arts, (2005)

(P748)

Zaitsev, A.

Prosing a METI Institute

(P749)

Zaitsev, A.

The first musical interstellar radio message

(P750)

Zaitsev, A. L.

The Drake equation : adding a METI factor

(P751)

Zaitsev, A. L.

Sending and Searching for Interstellar Messages

(P752)

Zaitzev, A.

Classification of interstellar radio messages

Acta Astronautica, #78, p.16-19, (2012)

(P753)

Zaitzev, A.

The SETI Paradox

Bull. Spec. Astrophys. Obs., #60, (2006)

(P754)

Zaitzev, A.

Detection probability of Terrestrial Radio Signals by a hostile supercivilization

(P755)

Zaitzev, A.

A Teen-Age Message to the Stars

(P756)

Zaitzev, A.

Rationale for METI

(P757)

Zaitzev, A.

Messaging to Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence 66

2002,

(2005)

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(P758)

Zimmerman, N.

The search for extraterrestrial intelligence in the 21st century

(P759)

Zubrin, R.

Interstellar Panspermia Reconsidered

JBIS, v54, #7, p.262-269, (2001)

(P760)

Zuckerman, B.

Preferred frequencies for SETI observations

Acta Astronautica, v12, #2, p.127-129, (1985)

(P761)

Zuckerman, B.

Stellar evolution: motivation for mass interstellar migration

Q. J. R. astr. Soc., v26, p.56-59, (1985)

67

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

68

POPULAR BOOKS List of books related to SETI This chapter deals with popular books written by a single author (or only few) as oppose to a proceedings that is written by many authors. The following table has four columns. The first is an index. The second lists the author(s) of the publication. The third column is the title. The fourth column lists information related to the book. The whole table has been sorted by first author. (B001)

Allen, T.

The Quest: a report on extraterrestrial life

Chilton books, 310p, (1965)

(B002)

Angelo, J.A.

The existence of other worlds

Facs on File Publications, 296p, (1985)

(B003)

Angelo, J.A.

The extraterrestrial encyclopedia : our search for life in outer space

Facts on file publications, NY, 296p, (1985)

(B004)

Ballesteros, F.J.

E.T. Talk - how will we communicate with intelligent life on other worlds ?

Springer, 233p, (2010)

(B005)

Basalla, G.

Civilized life in the universe: scientists on intelligent extraterrestrials

Oxford University Press, 248p, (2006)

(B006)

Berrill, N.J.

Worlds without end: a reflection on planets, life and time

MacMillian, 232p, (1964)

(B007)

Billings, L.

Five billions years of solitude - the search for life among the stars

Current, 305p, (2013)

69

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(B008)

Bova, B. Preiss, B.

First Contact

New American Library Books, 481p, (1990)

(B009)

Bracewell, R.N.

The Galactic Club - Intelligent Life on Outer Space

W.H. Freeman & co ltd., (1975)

(B010)

Christian, J.L.

Extraterrestrial intelligence: the first encounter

Prometheus books, 302p, (1976)

(B011)

Cirkovic, M.M.

The Astrobiological Landscape: Philosophical Foundations of the Study of Cosmic Life

Cambridge University Press, 274p, (2012)

(B012)

Copland, A.

The existence of other worlds

J. G. &. F. Rivington, (1834)

(B013)

Coustenis, A. Encrenaz, T.

Life beyond Earth - the search for habitable worlds in the universe

Cambridge University Press, 332p, (2013)

(B014)

Cranford, J.L.

From dying stars to the birth of life

Nottingham University Press, 249p, (2011)

(B015)

Davies, P.

Are We Alone? : Philosophical Implications Of The Discovery Of Extraterrestrial Life

Basic Books, 176p, (1995)

(B016)

Davies, P.

The Eerie Silence

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 241p, (2010)

(B017)

de Bergerac, C.

Voyage dans la Lune

Ernest Flammarion, 262p, (1657)

(B018)

DeVito, C.L.

Science, SETI and Mathematics

Berghahn Books, 220p, (2013)

(B019)

Dick, S. J.

Life on Other Worlds the 20th-century extraterrestrial life debate

Cambridge University Press, 308p, (1998)

70

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(B020)

Dick, S. J.

The living universe : NASA and the development of astrobiology

Rutgers University Press, 312p, (2004)

(B021)

Dole, S.H.

Habitable planets for man

American Elsevier Publishing, 158p, (1970)

(B022)

Drake, F. Sobel, D.

Is Anyone Out There?

Dell Publishing, 272p, (1994)

(B023)

Drake, F.

Intelligence life in space

The Macmillian co., 128p, (1967)

(B024)

Engdahl, S.

Extraterrestrial Life

Detroit, Greenhaven Press/Thomson Gale, 171p, (2006)

(B025)

Ferris, T.

Life beyond Earth

New York, Simon & Schuster, (2000)

(B026)

Flammarion, C.

La planete Mars et ses conditions d’habitabilite

Gauthier-Villars, 624p, (1909)

(B027)

Flammarion, C.

La pluralite des mondes habites

(1868)

(B028)

Fontenelle, B.

Entretiens sur la pluralite des mondes

(1701)

(B029)

Freudenthal, H.

Lincos - Design of a Language for Cosmic Intercourse

North-Holland Publishing, 224p, (1960)

(B030)

Gamow, G.

The Creation of the Universe

Dover press, 160p, (2004)

(B031)

Goldsmith, D. Owen, T.

The search for life in the universe

Sausalito, CA, University Science Books, 573p, (2002)

71

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

(B032)

Gray, R.H.

The Elusive WOW - Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Palmer Square Press, 242p, (2012)

(B033)

Halpern, P.

The quest for alien planets: exploring worlds outside the solar system

New York, Plenum Trade, 293p, (1997)

(B034)

Harland, D.M.

Water and the search for life on Mars

Springer, 254p, (2005)

(B035)

Harrison, A.A.

After Contact: The Human Response To Extraterrestrial Life

Plenum Press, 384p, (1997)

(B036)

Hartman, W.K.

Moon and planets: an introduction to planetary science

Wadworth publishing, 392p, (1972)

(B037)

Heidmann, J.

Extraterrestrial Intelligence

Cambridge University Press, 243p, (1997)

(B038)

Heidmann, J.

Life in the Universe

McGraw-Hill, 113p, (1992)

(B039)

Hogben, L.

Science in Authority

W.W.Norton & company, (1963)

(B040)

Holmes, D.C.

The Search for Life on Other Worlds

Bandam Books, 184p, (1966)

(B041)

Hoyle, F.

The Intelligent Universe

Hold, Rinehard and Winston, 256p, (1966)

(B042)

Hoyt, W.G.

Lowell and Mars

U. of Arizona press, 376p, (1979)

(B043)

Huygens, C.

The celestial worlds discovered or conjectures concerning the inhabitants plants and productions of the worlds in the planets

(1698)

(B044)

Jesperson, J. Fitz-Randolph, J.

Looking at the Invisible Universe

Atheneum, 152p, (1990)

72

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

(B045)

Jones, B.W.

The search for life continued - planets around other stars

Springer, 296p, (2008)

(B046)

Jones, H.S.

Life on other worlds

The English universities press, 300p, (1940)

(B047)

Kepler, J.

Somnium

(1634)

(B048)

Koerner, D. Levay. S.

Here be dragons: the scientific quest for extraterrestrial life

Oxford University Press, 281p, (2000)

(B049)

Krauss, J.

Big Ear Two

Cygnus-Quasar Books, 370p, (1995)

(B050)

Krauss, J.

Our Cosmic Universe

Cygnus-Quasar Books, 283p, (1980)

(B051)

Kusky, T.

Encyclopedia of Earth & space science

(2010)

(B052)

Lamb, D.

The search for extraterrestrial intelligence - a philosophical inquiry

Routledge, 221p, (2001)

(B053)

Lowell, P.

Mars as the abode of life

The MacMillian company, 334p, (1908)

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Mars

(1895)

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Mac Gowan, R.A. Ordway, F.I.

Intelligent in the Universe

Prentice-Hall, inc., 402p, (1966)

(B056)

Maccone, C.

Mathematical SETI

Springer-Praxis, 724p, (2012)

(B057)

Mamikunian, G. Briggs, M. H.

Current aspects of exobiology

Pergamon Press, 424p, (1965)

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McDonough, T.R.

The search for extraterrestrial intelligence: Listening for life in the cosmos

John Wiley and Sons, Inc., 253p, (1987)

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McVey, J.W.

Whispers from space

MacMillian, 250p, (1973)

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Michaud, M.

Contact with alien civilizations : our hopes and fears about encountering extraterrestrials

(2010)

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Ollengren, A.

Are We Alone?

Springer, 266p, (2013)

(B062)

Osgood, D. Ekers, R.D.

SETI 2020 : a roadmap for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

SETI press, 602p, (2002)

(B063)

Parker. B. R.

Alien life: the search for extraterrestrials and beyond

Plenum Trade, 254p, (1998)

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Pickover, C.A.

The stars of heaven

Oxford University Press, 254p, (2001)

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Proctor, R.A.

Other worlds than ours

P.F. Collier and son, 362p, (1902)

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Proctor, R.A.

The plurality of worlds

D. Appleton and company, 358p, (1896)

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Regis, E.

Extraterrestrials: Science and alien intelligence

CUP Archive, 278p, (1987)

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Ross, M.

The search for extraterrestrials - intercepting alien signals

Springer, 167p, (2009)

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Sagan, C. Agel, J.

The cosmic connection : an extraterrestrial perspective, 2nd

Cambridge University Press, 336p, (2000)

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Sagan, C.

Pale blue dot

Random House, (1994)

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Saraceno, P.

Beyond the stars - our origins and the search for life in the universe

World Scientific, 388p, (1998)

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Seckbach, J. Walsh, M.

From fossils to astrobiology: records of life on Earth and the search for extraterrestrial biosignatures

Springer, 532p, (2009)

(B073)

Shklovskii, I.S. Sagan, C.

Intelligent Life in the Universe

Delta Book, 510p, (1966)

(B074)

Shneour, E.A. Ottesen, E.A.

Extraterrestrial Life : An Anthology and Bibliography

National Academy of Science, (1965)

(B075)

Shostak, G.S. Barnett, A.

Cosmic company: the search for life in the universe

Cambridge University Press, 161p, (2003)

(B076)

Shostak, G.S. Drake, F.

Sharing the universe: perspectives on extraterrestrial life

Berkeley Hills Books, 206p, (1998)

(B077)

Shuch, H.P.

Tune In The Universe

Newington, CT., (2001)

(B078)

Stoneley, J.

CETI, communication terrestrial intelligence

(B079)

Sullivan, W.

We are not Alone : the continuing search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Plume Books, 368p, (1993)

(B080)

Swift, D.

SETI Pioneers

University of Arizona Press, 434p, (1990)

(B081)

Teerikorpi, P. Valtonen, M. Lehto, K.

The evolving universe and the origin of life - the search for our cosmic roots

Springer, 539p, (2009)

(B082)

Tough, Allen

When SETI Succeeds : The Impact of High-Information Contact

(B083)

Ulmschneider, P.

Intelligent life in the universe

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Civilizations Beyond Earth

(B085)

Vakoch, D.

Extraterrestrial altruism: and ethics in the cosmos

(B086)

Voltaire

The works of Voltaire: Micromegas

(1752)

(B087)

Ward, P.D. Brownlee, D.

Rare earth: why complex life is uncommon in the universe

Copernicus, 335p, (2004)

(B088)

Webb, S.

Where is everybody ? fifty solutions to the Fermi paradox

Copernicus books, 293p, (2002)

(B089)

Whewell, W.

Of the plurality of worlds

(B090)

Wickramasginghe, C.

A journey with Fred Hoyle - the search for cosmic life

(B091)

wikipedia

Interstellar messages : an overview

(B092)

Wilkins, J.

The discovery of a world in the Moone

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Springer, 325p, (2014)

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PROCEEDINGS Those are proceedings from conferences, and books that are collection of papers written by several authors. This chapter deals with proceedings written by a several authors and edited by a few people. They are mostly the product a conferences. For each proceedings, the title of the book is given and the names of the people in charge of its edition. Informations related to the publisher is also provided. Then a short table of content listing all the contributions and their authors.

List of proceedings Archaelogy, anthropology and stellar communication ed. D. Vakoch

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Bioastronomy – the next steps ed. G. Marx

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Biostronomy: the search for extraterrestrial life – the exploration broader eds. J.Heidmann and M.J. Klein

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Civilizations beyond earth: extraterrestrial life and society eds. D. Vakoch and A.A. Harrison

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Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence ed. D. Vakoch

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Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence ed. C.Sagan

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Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence eds. J.Billingham and R.Pesek

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Cosmos & culture: cultural evolution in a cosmic context

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eds. S.J. Dick and M. Lupisella Interstellar communications: scientific perspective eds. C. Ponnamperuma and A.G.W. Cameron

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Interstellar communication ed. A.G.W. Cameron

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Exobiology eds. M.M. Freundlich and B.M. Wagner

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Exobiology: matter, energy and information in the origin and evolution of life in the universe eds. J. Chela-Flores and F. Raulin

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Extraterrestrials – where are they? eds. B. Zuckerman and M.H. Hart

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Extraterrestrial civilizations, ed. G.M. Tovmasyna

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Extraterrestrial civilizations: problems of interstellar communication ed. S.A. Kaplan

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Extraterrstrial life an anthology and bibliography eds. E.A. Shneour, E.A. Ottesen

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Extraterrestrials: Science and Alien Intelligence ed. E. Regis

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Life in the universe – from the miller experiment to the search for life on other worlds eds. J. Seckbach, J. Chela-Flores, T. Owen and F. Raulin

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Life sciences and space research eds. R. Holmquist and A.C. Stickland

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Searching for extraterrestrial intelligence – seti past, present and future ed. H.P. Shuch

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Serendipitous discoveries in radio astronomy eds. K. Kellermann and B. Sheets

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SETI science working group report eds. F. Drake, J.H. Wolfe and C.L. Seeger

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Strategies for the search for life in the universe ed. M.D. Papagiannis

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The search for extraterrestrial intelligence: NRAO workshop 1985 eds. K.I. Kellermann and G.A. Seielstad

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The blue dot workshop ed. J. des Marais

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The problem of search for life in the universe eds. V.A. Ambartsumian, N.S. Kardashev and V.S. Troitskii

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The search for extraterrestrial life: recent developments ed. M.D. Papagiannis

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The Search for Extreterrestrial Intelligence eds. P. Morrison, J. Billingham and J. Wolfe

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Third IAA symposium on searching for life signature eds. S. Dumas and A. Panov

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Third decennial US-USSR conference on SETI ed. S. Shostak

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COMMUNICATION WITH EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE edited by Carl Sagan (MIT Press, 1973) This is the English translation of the Byurakan meeting. Extrasolar planetary system Gold, Ambartsudian, Moroz, Pariisky Extraterrestrial life Sagan, Crick, Mukhin The evolution of intelligence Hubel, Stent The evolution of technological civilization Lee, Flannery, Markarian The lifetimes of technological civilizations Shklovsky, Platt, Stent, Minksy, Gold The number of advanced galactic civilizations Sagan, Marov, Lee, von Hoerner, Kardashev, Idlis Astroengeneering activity : the possibiliy of Extraterrestrial intelligence in present astrophysical phenomena Dyson, Kardashev, Ginburg, Marx Techniques of contacts Drake, Kardashev, Troitsky, Gindilis, Petrovich, Pariisky, Moroz, Oliver, Townes Message contents Panovskin, Kuznetzov, Sukhotin, Minsky The consequences of contact Morrison, McNeill Nature of probability statements in discussions of the prevalence of extraterrestrial intelligent life Terrence Fine Added comments on ”the prevalence of humanoids” G.G. Simpson

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The world, the flesh and the devil Freeman J. Dyson Infrared observations and Dyson cilivizations Martin Harwit Searching for GODot Joshua Lederberg Tachyon bit rates Martin Harwit X-ray pulses for interstellar communications James L. Elliot

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INTERSTELLAR COMMUNICATIONS a collection of reprints and original contributions edited by A.G.W. Cameron (W.A.Benjamin inc., 1964) Is communication possible with intelligent beings from other planets? Iosif S. Shklovskiy History of our galaxy A.G.W. Cameron The origin of the solar system A.G.W. Cameron The early development of the Earth A.G.W. Cameron Chemical evolution Melvin Calvin Occurrence of life in the universe Su-Shu Huang The problem of life in the universe and the mode of star formation Su-Shu Huang Life-supporting regions in the vicinity of binary systems Su-Shu Huang The sizes of habitable planets Su-Shu Huang Stellar life zones A.G.W. Cameron Search for artificial stellar source of infrared radiation Freeman J. Dyson Gravitational machines Freeman J. Dyson Radioastronomy and communication through space Edward Purcell

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The general limits of space travel Sebastien von Hoerner Searching for interstellar communications Giuseppe Coccoci and Philip Morrison How can we detect radio transmissions from distant planetary system? Frank D. Drake Project Ozma Frank D. Drake Detection of intelligent signal from space J.A. Webb Coherence in interstellar signals M.J.E. Golay Radio signals from other planets R.N. Bracewell Problem of transmission in interstellar communication Su-Shu Huang Some potentialities of optical masers B.M. Oliver Interstellar and interplanetary communication with optical masers R.N. Schwartz and C.H. Townes Life in the galaxy R.N. Bracewell Communication from superior galactic communities R.N. Bracewell Interstellar communication Philip Morrion The search for signals from other civilizations Sebastien von Hoerner Extraterrestrial intelligent life and interstellar communication : an informal discussion J.P.T. Pearman

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Interstellar communication B.N. Oliver Interstellar communication and human evolution Robert Ascher and Marcia Ascher Future research on interstellar communication A.G.W. Cameron Outlook regarding interstellar communication Philip Morrison

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BIOSASTRONOMY the search for extraterrestrial life – the exploration broader edited by J.Heidmann and M.J. Klein (Springer-Verlag, 1990) Proceedings of the third international symposium on bioastronomy held at Val Cenis, Savoie, France, 18-23 June 1990 The creation of free energy G. Marx Particulate disks around main sequence stars D.E. Backman and F. Paresce Bursts of star formation in the local galactic disk and their implications for the origin and evolution of life around the sun and nearby stars A.A. Suchkov Testing Theories of Star Formation J.N. Evans II Towards an estimate of the fraction of stars with planets from velocities of high precision B. Campbell, S. Yang and A.W. Irwin, G.A.H. Walker On the feasibility of extra-solar planetary detection at very low radio frequencies A. Lecacheux The ESO microvariability key program and the detection of extrasolar planets and brown dwarfs N. Vogt A proposal for the search for extra-solar planets by occultation J. Schneider and M. Chevreton Near-term prospects for extra-solar planet detection: the astrometric imaging telescope R.J. Terrile, E.H. Levy and G.D. Gatewood A search for T-Tauri stars based on the IRAS point source catalogue J.C.G. Hetem, J.R.D. Lepine, G.R. Quast, C.A.O. Torres and R. de la Reza

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Habitable planetary orbits around Alpha Centauri and other binaries D. Benest The search for protostars T.L. Wilson The habitability of Mars-type planets around the main sequence stars W.L. Davis, L.R. Doyle, D.E. Backman and C.P. McKay Planetary accretion debris and IR excesses in open stellar clusters D.E. Backman, J.R. Stauffer and F.C. Witteborn Lithium abundance as a probe of the early evolution of solar-type stars E.L. Martin, G. Basri and C.Bertout Low-amplitude stellar velocity variations : other possibilities D.W. Latham, G. Torres and T. Mazeh Some recent developments in interstellar chemistry W.M. lrvine, A. Hjalmarson and M. Ohishi The formation of long chains of carbon atoms in space R.D. Brown, D.M. Cragg and R.P.A. Bettens Hydrogen cyanide polymerization: a preferred cosmochemical pathway C.N. Matthews Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH’s): very abundant organic molecules in the interstellar medium A. Leger, L. d’Hendecourt, L. Verstraete and C. Joblin Primitive evolution: early information transfer and catalysis by purines M.C. Maurel The search for H2O in extraterrestrial environments H.P. Larson Self-assembly properties of primitive organic compounds D.W. Deamer Cometary studies: the bioastronomical perspectives A.C. Levasseur-Regourd Origin of the biosphere of the earth A.H. Delsemme 86

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Carbon-rich micrometeorites and prebiotic synthesis M. Maurette, Ph. Bonny, A. Brack, C. Jouret, M. Pourchet and P. Sity Titan’s atmosphere probed by stellar occultation A. Brahic, B. Sicardy, C. Ferrari and D. Gautier Study of transmitted light through Titan’s atmosphere D. Toublanc, J.P. Parisot and J. Brillet UV radiation fields in dense clouds: photochemical effects S. Aiello, S. Tine’ and C. Cecchi-Pestellini Prebiotic chemistry in planetary environments F. Raulin Terrestrial accretion of prebiotic volatiles and organic molecules during the heavy bombardment C.F. Chyba, C. Sagan, L. Brookshaw, and P.J. Thomas Geophysiology and habitable zones around sun-like stars D.W. Schwartzman and T. Volk Exobiological habitats: an overview L.R. Doyle and C.P. McKay Habitable zones for Earth-like planets around main sequence stars D.P. Whitmire, R.Z Reynolds and J.F. Kasling Titan’s atmosphere from voyager infrared observations: parallels and differences with the primitive earth A. Coustenis Liquid water and life on early Mars C.P. McKay, L.R. Doyle, W.L. Davis and R.A. Wharton New interpretation of crustal extension evidences on mars E.A. Grin Martian paleohydrology and its implications for exobiology science N.A. Cabrol and E.A. Grin Boundaries of the Earth’s biosphere M.D. Nussinov and S.V. Lysenko

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The Impact of Technology on SETI M.I. Klein and S. Guilkis RFI Surveys at Selected Radio Observatories E.T. Olsen, E.B. Jackson and S. Gulkis A 1Hz Resolution RFI Survey: Preliminary Results J.W. Dreher, J. Tarter and D. Werthimer The SERENDIP II SETI Program: Observations and RFI Analysis C. Donnelly, S. Bowyer, W. Herrick, D. Werthimer, M. Lampton and T. Hiatt SETI: On the Telescope and on the Drawing Board J.C. Tarter and M.J. Klein Project of ETI Signal Search at the Wavelength 1.47 mm S.F. Likhachev and G.M. Rudnitstkij A SETI Search Technique: Monitor Stars to Which We Have Sent Signals P.B. Boyce and L.H. Wasserman Search for Alien Space Probes A.V. Arkhipov Karhunen-Lo` eve Versus Fourier Transform for SETI C. Maccone On the Strategy of SETI L.N. Filippova, N.S. Kardashev, S.F. Likhachev and V.S. Strelnitskij Pan-Galactic Pulse Periods and the Pulse Window for SETI W.T. Sullivan, III Cosmic Background Radiation Limits for SETI S. Guilkis VLBI and Interstellar Scattering Tests for SETI Signals V.I. Slysh A Test for the Interstellar Contact Channel Hypothesis in SETI D.G. Blair, R. Norris, K.J. Wellington, A. Williams and A. Wright The SETI Program of the Planetary Society T.R. McDonough

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Trying to do science using high spectral resolution SETI prototypes J.C. Tarter, P. Backus, K Cullers, J. Dreher, C Hlavka and J. Jordan The summit of the cbr at mm wavelengths and other queries J.P. Vallee The potential contribution of the northern cross radiotelescope to the SETI program C. Bortolotti, A Cattani, N. D’Amico, G. Grueff, A. Maccaferri, S. Montebugnoli and M. Roma A proposal for a SETI global network J. Heidmann A search for Dyson spheres around late-type stars in the IRAS catalog J. Jugaku and S. Nishimura Gravitational, plasma, and black-hole lenses for interstellar communications V.R. Eshleman SETI through the gamma-ray window: a search for interstellar spacecraft M.J Harris Criteria of artificiality in SETI V.V. Rubtsov The antecedents of consciousness: evolving the ”intelligent” ability to simulate situations and contemplate the consequences of novel courses of action W.H. Calvin Cognition in an African grey parrot I.M. Pepperberg Archeology in space: encountering alien trash and other remains D.L Holmes Biological constraints on interstellar travel J. Pfleiderer A philosophical approach to the extraterrestrial life issue A.D. Fokker The intrinsic limit to the speed of innovation and its relevance for the question ”where are they?” P. Kafka SEti searches with the 70-m SUFFA radio telescope N.S. Kardashev 89

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Strategy of the mutual search for civilizations by means of probes U.N. Zakirov Connections: Life on Earth and Atoms in the Universe R.E. Davies and R.H. Koch From the physical world to the biological universe: historical developments underlying seti S.J. Dick Possible way for evolution of the intellect of intelligent beings L.V. Ksanfomality SETI as a science D.W. Swift May there be an ultimate goal to the cosmic evolution? M.D. Papagiannis Evolutionary approach to the SETI problem V.V. Burdyuzha, V.I. Maron and M.D. Nussinov Peace among the factions: cooling tempers in the extraterrestrial life debate D. Brin The likely organizational order of advanced intelligences P. Schenkel The role of comprehensive perception in tradition M. Pfleiderer and Paul Leyhausen Technical evolution and positive feedback J. Pfleiderer and M. Pfleiderer Contact paranoia and pronoia: an anthropologist looks at SETI B. Finney The Declaration of Principles for Activities Following the Detection of Extraterrestrial Intelligence J. Billingham, M. Michaud and J.C. Tarter The Consequences of Contact: Views of the Scientific Community and the Science Media D.E. Tarter and W.G. Peacock

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Selection Criteria in Bioastronomy: Excerpts from a Panel Discussion I. Almar, W.H. Calvin, V.V. Rubtsov, W.T. Sullivan III, J.C. Tarter and D.K. Werthimer Summary of Scientific Content of the Symposium F.D. Drake

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EXOBIOLOGY edited by M.M. Freundlich and B.M. Wagner (American Astronautical Society, 1969) Frontiers in solar system exobiology Sagan, C. Automated microbial metabolism laboratory Levin, G.V. Life detection techniques Young, R.S. Techniques of interstellar communication Hafner, E.M. The origin of microbial life on Earth and its implication for extraterrestrial forms Isenberg, H.D. Biochemical basis for life in extraterrestrial environments Vishniac, W. Sociological aspects of exobiology Wagner, B.M.

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EXTRATERRSTRIAL LIFE AN ANTHOLOGY AND BIBLIOGRAPHY compiled by E.A. Shneour, E.A. Ottesen (National Academy of Sciences 1966) Geochemistry of organic substances Abelson, P.H. Observations on the nature of the ”organized elements” in carbonaceous chondrites Fitch, F.W. and Anders, E. How did life begin ? Fox, S.W. Reduction of carbon dioxide in aqueous solution by ionizing radiation Garrison, W.M. and Morrison, D.C. The origin of life Haldane, J.B.S. Pasteur an cosmic asymmetry Haldane, J.B.S. On the evolution of biochemical syntheses Horowitz, N.H. Occurrence of life in the universe Huang, S.S. Outer space and life Imshenetsky, A.A. Physical observation of the lunar surface Kozyrev, N.A. Exobiology: approaches to life beyond on Earth Lederberg, J. Evidence in meteorite of former life: the organic compounds in carbonaceous chondrites are similar to those found in marine sediments Meinschein, W.G., Nagy, B. and Hennessy, D.J. The formation of organic compounds on primitives Earth Miller, S.L.

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Organic compounds synthesis on the primitive Earth Miller, S.L. and Urey, H.C. Synthesis of purines under possible primitive Earth conditions part 1 and 2 Oro, J. and Kinball, A.P. Study in experimental organic cosmochemistry Oro, J. Formation of adenine by electro irradiation of methane, ammonia and water Ponnamperuma, C., Lemmon, R.M., Mariner, R. and Calvin, M. Synthesis of deoxyadenosine under simulated primitive Earth conditions Ponnamperuma, C. and Kirk, P. On the origin and planetary distribution of life Sagan, C. The nonprevalance of humanoids Simpson, G.G. Extraterrestrial microbiology Vishniac, W. Life in the second and third periods or why phosphorus and sulfur for high energy bonds Wald, G.

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INTERSTELLAR COMMUNICATIONS scientific perspective edited by C. Ponnamperuma and A.G.W. Cameron (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1974) An introduction to the problem of interstellar communication Sagan, C. Planetary systems in the galaxy Cameron, A.G.W. The chemical basis of extraterrestrial life Ponnamperuma, C. The likelihood of the evolution of communicating intelligence on other planets Arbib, M. Possible forms of intelligence natural and artificial McCarthy, J. From chemical to biological to social evolution Aronoff, S. Interstellar probe Bracewell, R.N. Methods of communication: message content, search strategy, interstellar travel Drake, F. Technical considerations of interstellar communication Oliver, B.M. Entropy, life and communication Morrison, P.

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EXTRATERRESTRIAL CIVILIZATIONS Problems of interstellar communication edited by S.A. Kaplan (1971) translation from Russian (Vnezemnye tsivilizatsii. Problemy mezhzvezdnoi svyazi, 1969) a long introduction by S.A. Kaplan The astrophysical aspects of the search for signals from extraterrestrial civilisations Kardashev, N.S. The effect of the space medium on the propagation of radio signals Panovkin, B.N. The possibility of radio communication with an extraterrestrial civilisation Gindilis, L.M. Methods of message decoding Sukhotin, B.V. Rates of development of civilisation and their forecasting Khovanov, G.M.

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THE BLUE DOT WORKSHOP edited by J. des Marais (1997) Proceedings of a workshop held at Moffett Field, California, June 27-28, 1996 NASA Conference publication 10154 Free oxygen in the atmosphere of Mars and Venus Allen, M.; Yung, Y.L. Earth’s air chemistry seen from space Chatfield, R. Atmosphere and surfaces of outer planets Crunkshank, D.P. History of atmosphere levels des Marais, D.J. Water on Mars and Venus Donahue, T.M. Signature of intelligent life Drake, F. Tarter, J. Remote sensing of Earth atmosphere Farmer, C.B. Radiation transfert and the search for extraterrestrial life Ganapol, B.D. Habitable zone around stars and their relation to CO2, O2 and O3 Kasting, J.F. The project Darwin Leger, A. Organic reactivity constributing on biogenic gas production, oxydation, and transport processes Martens, C.S. Exobiology laying the groundwork in a search for extrasolar life Mayor, M. Reduced biogenic carbon gases who cut the cheese Orenland, R.S.

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Multiple blue dots Owen, T. Remote sensing of the Earth biosphere Peterson, D.L. Biogenic trace gases on Earth undertanding the controls of global source and sink Poter, C.S. Contrasts in the Earth present and early methane budget Reeburgh, W.S. How definitive would detection of H2O, CO2, O2/O3 and CH4/O2 be for the identification of life on planets of other stars? Sagan, C. Life detection by atmosphere analysis Watson, A. A space based imaging bulling interferometer Woolf, N.; Angel, R. Disequilibrium chemistry of impact Zahnle, K.

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SERENDIPITOUS DISCOVERIES IN RADIO ASTRONOMY edited by K. Kellermann and B. Sheets (1983) Proceedings of a Workshop (#7) held at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory Green Bank, West Virginia on May 4, 5, 6, 1983 My father and his work Jansky, D. Personnel recollections for the Greenbank symposium Jansky Parson, A.M. Personnal recollection of Karl Jansky Beak, A.C. Karl Jansky and the beginning of radio astronomy Sullivan, W.T. Karl Guthe Jansky serendipity. Its impact on astronomy and its lesson for the future Krauss, J.D. Radio astronomy betweens Jansky and Reber Reber, G. Optical and radio astronomers in the early years Greenstein, J.L. Impact of world war II on radio astronomy Lovell, B. Early radar research and a beginning in radio astronomy Covington, A.E. U.S. radio astronomy following world war II Haddock, F.I. Impact of news media on scientific research Sullivan, W. Development of aperture synthesis at Cambridge Findlay, J.W. The compound interferometer – a precursor of smart arrays Brotoen, N.W.

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The development of Michelson and intensity long baseline interferometry Thompson, A.R. The almost serendipitous discovery of self-calibration Ekers, R.D. The discovery of pulsars Bell Burnell, J. The discovery of quasars Schmidt, M. Discovery of the 3K radiation Wilkinson, D.T. Discovery of the cosmic microwave background Wilson, B.W. Introduction to the panel discussion of the methodology of scientific research Ekers, R.D. Observational discovery vs. theoretical discovery Harwit, M.D. Non-standard approaches to astronomical research Burbidge, G.R. The buffalo syndrome Broderich, J.J. Radio astronomy: progress of a technique oriented discipline Buske, B.F. Impact of computers on radio astronomy Lovell, B. Forty years of solar radio astronomy – a history of major advances Kundu, M.R. The discovery of Jupiter bursts Franklin, K.L. The discovery of Jupiter radiation belts Drake, F.D. Early observation of thermal planetary radio emission 100

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Mayer, C.M. Discovery of Mercury’s rotation Pettengill, G.H. Discovery of giant molecular clouds and interstellar masers Barrette, A.H. The discovery of radio novae Wade, C.M. Serendipitous in the galaxy: the galactic warp and the galactic nucleus Kerr, F.J. The first years at Parkes Price, R.M. SETI – the ultimate serendipitous discovery von Hoerner, S. Radio astronomy at Dover Heights Bolton, J.

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THE SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE NRAO WORKSHOP 1985 edited by K.I. Kellermann and G.A. Seielstad (1985) Proceedings of a Workshop (#11) held at the National Radio Astronomy Observatory Green Bank, West Virginia on May 20, 21, 22, 1985 Life in space and humanity on Earth von Hoerner, S. Project OZMA Drake, F.D. Project OZMA – how it really was Crews, J.F. Evolution of our thoughts on the best strategy for SETI Papagiannis, M.D. The search for biomolecule in space Snyder, L.E. Mutual help in SETI Frish, D.H. A symbiotic SETI search Bania, T.M. Should the search be made optically Broderick, J.J. A search for SETI targets Russell, J.L. A Milky Way search strategy for extraterrestrial intelligence Sullivan, W.T. III SETI observations worldwide Tarter, J.C. Ultra-narrowband SETI at Harvard/Smithsonian Horowitz, P. The NASA SETI program: an overview Oliver, B.M.

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Narrowband signal detection in the SETI field test Cullers, D.K.; Deans, S.R. Are 100 millions channels enough? Linscott, I. The NASA SETI program at JPL Gulkis, S.; Olsen, E.T. Radio astronomy aspects of the NASA SETI sky survey Klein, M.J. Macro events in a SETI archive Dixon, R.S. Small SETI systems Gray, R.H. The nature of technological civilisations Road, R.T. Manifestation of intelligence implications for SETI Kuiper, T.B.H. How do we reply? Verschuur, G.L.

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COMMUNICATION WITH EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE edited by J. Billingham and R. Pesek (ACTA Astronautica, vol.6, Pergamon Press, 1979) This special issue of ACTA ASTRONAUTICA is devoted to the subject of Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence (CETI) This volume contains most of the papers presented at these Review Sessions in 1975, 1976 and 1977. It contains also a paper on a design concept for a large space radiotelescope, by V. I. Buyakas and several other Soviet authors from the Space Research Institute, USSR Academy of Sciences, which was presented in another session at the 1977 IAF meeting. We have introduced one further paper. It is the first part of a recent publication entitled ”The Search fsor Extraterrestrial Intelligence: SETI” prepared for the NASA Ames Research Center by a team of U.S. Scientists under the chairmanship of Philip Morrison. We feel it is of interest because it represents an up-to-date condensation of many of the fundamental questions and conclusions about SETI at this time.

Activities of the IAA CETI committee from 1965-1976 and CETI outlook R. Pesek The search for extraterrestrial intelligence – SETI P. Morrison, J. Billingham and J. Wolfe Strategy for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence N.S. Kardashev A review of the theory of interstellar communication J. Billingham, B.M. Oliver and J.H. Wolfe A review of recent concepts of the problem of the origin of life L.M. Mukhin An extended Drake’s equation, the longevity-separation relation, equilibrium, inhomogeneities and chain formation R.N. Bracewell Rational for the water hole B.M. Oliver Search for radio emissions from extraterrestrial civilizations V.S. Troitskii, M. Strarodubstsev and L.N. Bondar Search for signals from extraterrestrial civilizations by the method of synchronous disperson reception L.M. Gindilis, N.S. Kardashev, V.A. Soglasnov, E.E. Spangenberg, V.S. Etkin and V.G. Mirovskii

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Strategic considerations in SETI, and a microwave approach C.L. Seeger An observational program to search for radio signals from extraterrestrial intelligence through the use of existing facilities R.E. Edelson An experiment protocol for a search for radio signals of extraterrestrial intelligent origin in the presence of man-made radio frequency sources R.E. Edelson Two systems analyses of SETI R.E. Machol An infinitely expandable space radiotelescope V.I. Buyakas, N.S. Kardashev, I.S. Shklovskii et al. On active and passive CETI from an earth satellite orbit M. Subotowicz, J. Usowicz and Z. Paprotny Interstellar communication by neutrino beams M. Subotowicz Message through time G. Marx

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THE SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS edited by M.D. Papagiannis (D.Reidel publishing company, 1984) Proceedings of the 112th symposium of the international Astronomical Union held at Boston University, Boston, Mass., USA, June 18-21, 1984 A historical introduction to the search for extraterrestrial life M.D. Papagiannis Twenty-five years of the search for extraterrestrial communications P. Morrison SETI is coming of age G. Cocconi A review of the scientific rationale and methods used in the search for other planetary systems D.C. Black Protoplanetary material around nearby stars H.H. Aumann On the number of galactic planetary systems S. Beckwith Planetary searches using optical astrometric interferometers D.H. Staelin, M.M. Colavita and M. Shao A new objective for the Allegheny observatory 30-inch refractor G.D. Gatewood, J.K. de Jonge, J. Stein and C. DiFitta Prospects for space telescope in the search for other planetary systems J.L. Russell Detecting distant planets with space telescope T. Page Absolute astronomical accelerometry : a new tool for planetary searching P. Connes

Assisting extrasolar planetary detection through the determination of stellar space orientations L.R. Doyle

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Titan’s organic chemistry C. Sagan, W.R. Thompson and B.N. Khare Prebiotic matter in interstellar molecules R.D. Brown Recent observations of organic molecules in nearby cold, dark interstellar clouds H. Suzuki, M. Ohishi, M. Morimoto Infrared spectral identification of complex organic molecules in interstellar grains J.M. Greenberg and W. Schutte Universal protein ancestors from hydrogen cyanide and water C.N. Matthews Panspermia – a modern astrophysical and biological approach J.M. Greenberg and P. Weber No valid evidence exists for interstellar proteins, bacteria, etc. R.E. Davies, A.M. Delluva and R.H. Koch Astronomical sources of circularly polarized light and their role in determining molecular chirality on Earth R.D. Wolstencroft Synthesis and analysis in chemical evolution C. Ponnamperuma Molecular replication L.E. Orgel The precambrian evolution of terrestral life A.H. Knoll Human evolution: the view from Saturn M. Laudau Some implications of mass extinction for the evolution of complex life J.J. Sepkoski, jr Evidence for a solar companion star R.A. Muller The universal diagrams and life in the universe M. Kafatos

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Universal aspecta of biological evolution J.A. Ball On the occurrence and appearance of galactic life forms: a thermodynamic approach G. Bodifee and C. de Loore SETI Observations worldwide J. Tarter Project sentinel: ultra-narrowband SETI at Harvard/Smithsonian P. Horowitz and J. Forster The Ohio SETI program – the first decade R.S. Dixon A search in the infrared to microwave for astroengineering activity V.I. Slysh Search for strongly polarized radio emission from E.T.I., and an optimist approach to the great silence (Fermi’s Paradox) J.P. Vallee Lunar reflections of terrestrial radio leakage W.T. Sullivan, S.J. Knowles Eavesdropping detection of radio signals from other planets with one bit implementation techniques using existing computers S.H. Knowles SETI: a more eclectic approach B.M. Oliver The 8-million channel narrowband analyzer P. Horowitz, J. Forster and I. Linscott The multichannel spectrum analyzer A.M. Peterson, K.S. Chen and I.S. Linscott Software implementation of detection algorithms for the MCSA D.K. Cullers SETI: the microwave search problem and the targeted search approach C.L. Seeger and J.H. Wolfe SETI: the microwave search problem and the NASA survey approach M.J. Klein and S. Gulkis 108

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An analysis of the elements of an all sky survey E.T. Olsen, A. Lokshin and S. Gulkis Optimum search strategy for randomly distributed CW transmitters S. Gulkis A Milky Way search strategy for extraterrestrial intelligence W.T. Sullivan and K.J. Mighell The Serendip II design D. Werthimer, J. Tarter and S. Bowyer New 45W radio telescope and Fourier-transform type spectrometer at Nobeyama radio observatory H. Hirabayashi A comparative analysis of space colonization enterprises F.D. Drake On the question of interstellar travel J.H. Wolfe Exponential expansion: galactic destiny or technological hubris? B.R. Finney Where are they? Implications of ancient and future migrations E.M. Jones Galactic colonization and competition in a young galactic disk E.L. Turner Extraterrestrial intelligence: where is everybody? J.A. Ball Fermi question, Fermi paradox: one hit, one out C.L. Seeger On a cosmic alphabet D. Hoang-Binh

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STRATEGIES FOR THE SEARCH FOR LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE edited by M.D. Papagiannis (D.Reidel publishing company, 1980) A joint session of commissions 16, 40 and 44 held in Montreal, Canada, during the IAU general assembly, 15 and 16 August, 1979. N is very small M.H. Hart N is neither very small nor very large F.D. Drake Galactic-scale civilization T.B.H. Kuiper The number N of galactic civilizations must be either very large or very small M.D. Papagiannis Uncertainty in estimates of the number of extraterrestrial civilizations P.A. Sturrock A new approach to the number N of advanced civilizations in the galaxy V.S. Troitskii Microwave searches in the USA and Canada B. Zuckerman and J. Tarter A bimodal search strategy for SETI S. Gulkis, E.T. Olsen and J. Tarter The astrometric search for neighboring planetary systems G. Gatewood, J. Stein and L. Beakiron Search for planets by spectroscropic methods K. Serbowski The search for planets in other solar systems through use of the space telescope W.A. Baum A comparison of alternative methods for detecting other planetary systems D.C. Black The search for early forms of life in other planetary systems: future possibilities afforded by spectroscopic techniques T. Owen 111

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Starships and their detectability A.R. Martin and A. Bond Radio leakage and eavesdropping W.T. Sullivan

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LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE – FROM THE MILLER EXPERIMENT TO THE SEARCH FOR LIFE ON OTHER WORLDS edited by J. Seckbach, J. Chela-Flores, T. Owen and F. Raulin (Springer science-business media, B.V. 2004) Introduction to Life in the Universe T. Johnson The Abdus Salam Lecture H. Baltscheffsky The Beginning of Chemical Evolution Experiments S. Miller, J. L. Bada and A. Lazcano An Overview of Cosmic Evolution George V. Coyne Physical Phenomena underlying the Origin of Life Juan Perez-Mercader The Origin of Biogenic Elements F. Matteucci and C. Chiappini Thermochemistry of the Dark Age D. Puy Searching for Oldest Life on Earth: A Progress Report S. Moorbath and B.S. Kamber The European Exo/Astrobiology Network Association A. Brack The Origin of Biomolecular Chirality J. Rivera Islas, J.C. Micheau and T. Buhse Salam Hypothesis and The Role of Phase Transition in Amino Acids W. Wang, N. Yao, Y. Chen and P. Lai A Mechanism for the Prebiotic Emergence of Proteins H.P. De Vladar, R. Cipriani, B. Scharifker and J. Bubis Functional, Self-Referential Genetic Coding R.C. Guimaraes and C.H.C. Moreira Importance of Biased Synthesis in Chemical Evolution Studies 113

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A. Negron-Mendoza, S. Ramos-Bernal and F.G. Mosqueira When Did Information First Appear in the Universe J.G. Roederer Prebiotic Organic Synthesis and the Emergence of Life L. Delaye, A. Becerra, A.M. Velasco, S. Islas and A. Lazcano Origin and Evolution of Very Early Sequence Motifs in Enzymes H. Baltscheffsky, B. Persson, A. Schultz, J.R. Perez-Castineira and M. Baltscheffsky The Lipid World: From Catalytic and Informational Headgroups to Micelle Replication and Evolution without Nucleic Acids A. Bar-Even, B. Shenhav, R. Kafri and D. Lancet Coenzymes in Evolution of the RNA World M.S. Kritsky, T.A. Telegina, T.A. Lyudnikova and Yu. L. Zemskova The Role of Heat in the Origin of Life P.R. Bahn, A. Pappelis and R. Grubbs A Possible Pathway for the Transfer of Chiral Bias from Extraterrestrial Cα Tetrasubstituted α-Amino Acids to Proteinogenic Amino Acids M. Crisma, A. Moretto, F. Formaggio, B. Kaptein, Q. B. Broxterman and C. Toniolo Prebiotic Polymerization of Amino Acids. A Makov Chain Approach F.G. Mosqueira, S. Ramos-Bernal and A. Negron-Mendoza The Electrochemical Reduction of Co 2 to Formate in Hydrothermal Sulfide Ore Deposit as a Novel Source of Organic Matter M.G. Vladimirov, Yu.F. Ryzhkov, V.A. Alekseev, V.A. Bogdanovskaya, V.A. Otroshchenko and M.S. Kritsky Towards a Chronological Order of the Amino Acids W.J.M.F. Collis Origin and Evolution of Metabolic Pathways M. Brilli and R. Fani Conserved Oligopeptides in the Rubisco Large Chains P.B. Vidyasagar, P. Shil and S. Thomas

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Diversity of Microbial Life on Earth and Beyond J. Seckbach Mineral Surfaces as a Cradle of Primordial Genetic Material E. Gallori, E. Biondi and M. Franchi Adsorption and Self-Organization of Small Molecules on Inorganic Surfaces D. G. Fraser Studies on Copper Chromicyanide as Prebiotic Catalyst Kamaluddin and S. R. Ali Phosphate Immobilization by Primitive Condensers F. De Souza-Barros, M.B.M. Monte, A.C.P. Duarte, J. A. P. Bonapace, M.R.D. Amaral Jr., R.B. Levigard, Y.A. Ching-San Jr., C. S. Costa and A. Vieyra Adsorption and Catalysis of Nucleotide Hydrolysis by Pyrite in Media Simulating Primeval Aqueous Environments A. Vieyra, A.C. Tessis, M. Pontes-Buarque, J.A.P. Bonapace, M. Monte, H.S. De Amorim and F. De Souza-Barros Dust and Planet Formation in the Early Universe G. Vladilo Quasar Absorption-Line Systems and Astrobiology G. Vladilo A New Search for Dyson Spheres in the Milky Way D. Minniti, F. Capponi, A. Valcarce and J. Gallardo Space Weather and Space Climate M. Messerotti Spontaneous Generation of Amino Acid Structures in the Interstellar Medium U. J. Meierhenrich Experimental Study of the Degradation of Complex Organic Molecules. Application to the Origin of Extended Sources in Cometary Atmospheres N. Fray, Y. Benilan, H. Cottin, M.-C. Gazeau and F. Raulin Fate of Glycine During Collapse of Interstellar Clouds and Star Formation S.K. Chakrabarti, S. Chakrabarti and K. Acharyya Formation of Simplest Bio-Molecules during Collapse of an Interstellar Cloud K. Acharya, S.K. Chakrabarti and S. Chakrabarti 115

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Chemical Abundances of Cometary Meteoroids from Meteor Spectroscopy J. M. Trigo-Rodriguez, J. Llorca and J. Oro Viable Halobacteria from Ancient Ocean H. Stan-Lotter, C. Radax, S. Leuko, A. Legat, C. Gruber, M. Pfaffernhuemer, H. Wieland and G. Weidler Mars-Like Soils in the Yungay Area, the Driest Core of the Atacama Desert in Northern Chile R. Navarro-Gonzalez, F.A. Rainey, P. Molina, D.R. Bagaley, B.J. Hollen, J. De La Rosa, A.M. Small, R.C. Quinn, F.J. Grunthaner, L. Caceres, B. Gomez-Silva, A. Buch, R. Sternberg, P. Coll, F. Raulin and Ch. P. McKay The Discovery of Organics in Sub-Basement Fossil Soils Drilled in the North Pacific (Odp Leg 197): Their Model Formation and Implications for Astrobiology Research R. Bonaccorsi and R.L. Mancinelli Silica-Carbonate Biomorphs and the Implications for Identification of Microfossils A. M. Carnerup, S.T. Hyde, A-K. Larsson, A. G. Christy and J. M. Gracia-Ruiz Some Statistical Aspects Related to the Study of Treeline in Pico De Orizaba L. Cruz-Kuri, C.P. McKay and R. Navarro-Gonzalez The Beagle 2 Lander and the Search for Traces of Life on Mars A. Brack, C.T. Pillinger and M.R. Sims Minimal Unit of Terraforming an Alternative for Remodelling Mars H.O. Pensado Diaz Early Archaean Life F. Westall Extraterrestrial Impacts on Earth and Extinction of Life in the Himalaya V.C. Tewari Palaeobiology and Biosedimentology of the Stromatolitic Buxa Dolomite, Ranjit Window, Sikkim, Ne Lesser Himalaya, India V.C. Tewari Searching for Extraterrestrial Life T. Owen

Search for Bacterial Waste as a Possible Signature of Life on Europa A.B. Bhattacherjee and J. Chela-Flores 116

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Sulfate Volumes and the Fitness of Supcrt92 for Calculating Deep Ocean Chemistry S. Vance, E. Shock and T. Spohn The Case for Life Existing Outside of our Biosphere R. S. Gatta Application of Molecular Biology Techniques to Astrobiology R. S. Gatta and J. Chela-Flores Titan F. Raulin, J-P. Lebreton and T. Owen Chemical Characterization of Aerosols in Simulated Planetary Atmospheres S. I. Ramirez, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, P. Coll and F. Raulin Observation, Modeling and Experimental Simulation: Understanding Titan’s Atmospheric Chemistry Using These Three Tools J.-M. Bernard, P. Coll, C. D. Pintassilgo, Y. Benilan,A. Jolly, G. Cernogora and F. Raulin Exobiology of Titan M. Simakov Seti-Italia S. Montebugnoli, J. Monari, C. Bortolotti, A. Cattani, A. Maccaferri, M. Poloni, A. Orlati, S. Righini, S. Poppi, M. Roma, M. Teodorani, C. Maccone, C. B. Cosmovici and N. D’Amico Seti on the Moon C. Maccone Proposing a United Nations Secretary General Seti International Advisory Board G. Picco, G. Genta, P. Galeotti and D. Noventa Some Engineering Considerations on the Controversial Issue of Humanoids G. Genta The New Universe, Destiny of Life, and the Cultural Implications S. J. Dick Evolution of Intelligent Behavior J. Chela-Flores Evolution of Language as Innate Mental Faculty K. T. Shah How Advanced is ET? 117

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P. Musso Chance or Design in the Origin of Living Beings R. Vicuna and A. Serani-Merlo Astrobiology and Biocentrism R. Aretxaga Analysis of the Works of the German Naturalist Ernst Haeckel (1834–1919) on the Origin of Life F. Raulin-Cerceau A Reexamination of Alfonso Herrera’s Sulfocyanic Theory on the Origin of Life E. Silva, L. Perezgasga, A. Lazcano and A. Negron-Mendoza Determinism and the Proteinoid Theory A. Pappelis and P.R. Bahn Glimpses of Trieste Conferences on Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life M. S. Chadha

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SEARCHING FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE – SETI PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE edited by H.P. Shuch (Springer, Praxis 2011) A half-century of SETI science H. Paul Shuch Project Ozma: The birth of observational SETI H. Paul Shuch Project Cyclops: The greatest radio telescope never built Robert Dixon “Wow!”, A tantalizing candidate Jerry Ehman SETI: The NASA years John Billingham From HRMS to Phoenix: Up from the ashes Peter Backus SERENDIP: The Berkeley SETI Program Stuart Bowyer Millions and billions of channels Darren Leigh and Paul Horowitz ATA: A cyclops for the 21st century Jill Tarter Optical SETI: Moving toward the light Stuart Kingsley and Monte Ross Distributed processing of SETI data Eric Korpela Project Argus: Pursuing amateur all-sky SETI H. Paul Shuch Gravitational lensing extends SETI range Richard Factor Detection algorithms: FFT vs. KLT Claudio Maccone 119

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Implementing the KLT Stelio Montebugnoli A Sentry on the Universe Robert Dixon Pondering the Fermi Paradox Stephen Webb Focusing the Galactic internet Claudio Maccone SETI in science fiction Stephen Baxter What’s past is prologue: Future messages of cosmic evolution Doug Vakoch METI: Messaging to extraterrestrial intelligence Alexander Zaitsev A contrarian perspective on altruism David Brin L: How Long Do They Last? Seth Shostak What will they look like? Jack Cohen Being technological Kathryn Denning After contact, then what? Albert Harrison

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EXTRATERRESTRIAL CIVILIZATIONS edited by G.M. Tovmasyna (1965) Proceedings of the First All-Union Conference on Extraterrestrial Civilizations and Interstellar Communication Byurakan, 20-23 May 1964. Translated from the Russian Introduction V.A. Ambartsumyan Multiplicity of inhabited worlds and the problem of interstellar communication I.S. Shklovskii Transmission of information by extraterrestrial civilizations N.S. Kardashev Observations of the peculiar radio sources CTA 21 and CTA 102 at Pulkovo Yu.N. Pariiskii Radio-astronomic artificiality criteria of radio sources V.L. Slysh Reception of signals transmitted by extraterrestrial civilizations L.I. Gudzenko and B.N. Panoskin Communication with extraterrestrial civlizations S.E. Khaikin A ring radio telescope for communication with extraterrestrial civilizations G.M. Tovmasyan Some considerations on the search for intelligent signal from space V.S. Troitskii Radio communication with extraterrestrial civilizations V.A. Kotel’kikov Some aspects of the search for radio signals from other civilizations and their analysis V.I. Siforov The influence of the space environment and of the Earth’s atmosphere on the apparent angular size of radio sources N.A. Smirnova and N.L. Kaidanovskii Languages for communication between different civilizations A.V. Gladkii

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CIVILIZATIONS BEYOND EARTH: EXTRATERRESTRIAL LIFE AND SOCIETY edited by D. Vakoch and A.A. Harrison (Berghahn Books, 2013) Are we alone? Estimating the prevalence of extraterrestrial intelligence S. Shostak Encountering alternative intelligences: Cognitive archaeology and SETI P.K. Wason The lifetimes of scientific civilizations and the genetic evolution of the brain A. Penny ”L” on Earth K. Denning Can SETI fulfill the value agenda of cultural anthropology? D.E. Tarter American attitudes about life beyond Earth: beliefs, concerns, and the role of Education and religion in shaping public perceptions G. Pettinico Cultural beliefs about extraterrestrials: a questionnaire study W.S. Bainbridge The science and politics of SETI: how to succeed in an era of make-believe history and pseudoscience A.A. Harrison Cultural aspects of interstellar communication C.L. DeVito Cosmic storytelling: primitive observables as Rosetta analogies H. Letaw, jr. Direct contact with extraterrestrials via computer emulation W.S. Bainbridge The inscrutable names of God: the Jesuit missions of New France as a model for SETI-related spiritual questions J.T. Kuznicki ET phone Darwin: what can an evolutionary understanding of animal communication and art contribute to our understanding of methods for interstellar communication? 122

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K. Coe, C.T. Palmer, and C. Pomianek A journalistic perspective on SETI-related message composition M. Jones

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EXTRATERRESTRIALS – WHERE ARE THEY? edited by B. Zuckerman and M.H. Hart (Cambridge University Press, 1982) An explanation for the absence of extraterrestrials on Earth M.H. Hart One attempt to find where they are: NASA’s high resolution microwave survey J. Tarter An Examination of claims that extraterrestrial visitors to Earth are being observed R. Sheaffer The likelihood of interstellar colonizations, and the absence of its evidence S. von Hoerner Pre-emption of the galaxy by the first advanced civilization R. Bracewell Stellar evolution: motivation for mass interstellar migrations B. Zuckerman Interstellar propulsion systems F. Dyson Interstellar travel: a review I.A. Crawford Settlements in space, and interstellar travel C. Singler Terraforming J. Oberg Estimates of expansion timescales E.M. Jones A search for tritium sources in our solar system may reveal the presence of space probes from other stellar systems M.D. Papagiannis Primordial organic cosmochemistry C. Ponnamperuma and R. Navarro-Gonzalez

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The RNA world: life before DNA and protein G.F. Joyce The search for extraterrestrial intelligence E. Mayr Alone in a crowded universe J. Diamond Possible forms of life in environments very differents from the Earth R. Shapiro and G. Feinberg Cosmological SETI frequency standards J.R. Gott III Galactic chemical evolution: implications for the existence of habitable planets V. Trimble The frequency of planetary systems in the galaxy J. I. Lunine Atmospheric evolution, the Drake equation and DNA: sparse life in an infinite universe M.H. Hart

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COSMOS & CULTURE: CULTURAL EVOLUTION IN A COSMIC CONTEXT edited by S.J. Dick and M. Lupisella (NASA SP-2009-4802, 2012) Cosmic evolution – state of the science E.J. Chiasson Cosmic evolution – history, culture and human destiny S.J. Dick Social evolution K. Denning The evolution of culture D.C. Dennett The big burp and the multiplanetary mandate H. Bloom Evo devo universe? J.M. Smart Dangerous memes; or, what the pandorans let loose S. Blackmore Cosmocultural evolution M.L. Lupisella The intelligence universe J. Gardner Life, mind and culture as fundamental properties of the universe P.C.W. Davies The value of ”L” and the cosmic bottleneck S. Shostak Encoding our origins D.A. Vakoch History and science after the chronometric revolution D. Christian Bringing culture to cosmos S.J. Dick 126

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LIFE SCIENCES AND SPACE RESEARCH edited R. Holmquist and A.C. Stickland (Pergamon Press 1978) Proceedings of the Open Meetings of the Working Group on Space Biology of the Twentieth Plenary Meeting of COSPAR Tel Aviv, Israel 7-18 June 197 (only papers related to SETI and astriobiology are listed) The chemical activities of the Viking biology experiments and the arguments for the presence of superoxides, peroxydes, γ-Fe2 O3 and carbon suboxide polymer in the martian soil V.I. Oyama, B.J. Berdahl, F. Woeller and M. Lehwalt SETI: a preliminary search for narrowband signals at microwave frequencies J.N. Cuzzi, T.A. Clark, J.C. Tarter and D.C. Black Observational program options and system requirements for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) J. Billingham, R.E. Edelson, S. Gulkis, S.R. Sadin and J.H. Wolfe Public health considerations associated with a Mars surface sample return mission M.S. Favero Planetary protection guidelines for outer planet missions P. Stabekis and D.L. DeVincenzi Mars surface sample return quarantine planning theory M.R. Christensen, J.R. Bagby, D.L. DeVincenzi, G.L. Levin, P.D. Stabekis, R.P. Wolfson and M.D.Wardle

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ARCHAELOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND STELLAR COMMUNICATION edited by D. Vakoch (The NASA History Series, NASA SP-2013-4413) Reconstructing distance civilizations and encountering alien cultures D.A. Vakoch SETI: the NASA years J. Billingham A political history of NASA’s SETI program S.J. Garber The role of anthropology in SETI S.J. Dick A tale of two analogues B. Finney and J. Bentley Learning to read K.E. Denning Inferring intelligence P.K. Wason Anthropology J.W. Traphagan Contact considerations D. Raybeck Culture and communication with extraterrestrial intelligence J.W. Traphagan Speaking for Earth A.A. Harrison The evolution of extraterrestrials D.A. Vakoch Biocultural prerequisites for the development of interstellar communication G. Chick Ethology, ethnology, and communication with extraterrestrial intelligence D. Lestel 129

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Constraints on message construction for communication with extraterrestrial intelligence W.H. Edmondson Mirrors of our assumptions D.A. Vakoch

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BIOASTRONOMY – THE NEXT STEPS edited G. Marx (Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1987) Proceedings of the 99th colloquium of the International Astronomical Union held in Balaton, Hungary, June 22-27, 1987 What should we look for when we return to Mars? G.A. Soffen Water: an absolute requirement for life A. Katsuki Europa: the prospects for an ocean R.T. Reynolds, S.W. Squires, C.F. McCay Is Uranus the most promising planet for SETI? N.G.Bochkarev What do we know about the nucleus of comet Halley? K. Szego Comets and life A. Hajduk Distribution of planetary systems T.V. Ruzmaikina Belt of life in the galaxy L.S. Marochnik, L.M. Mukhin The galactic belt of intelligent life B.A. Balazs Landscapes on an imaginary planet B.B. Mandelbrot Planetary detection techniques: an overview J.D. Scargle A search for planetary mass companions to nearby stars B. Campbell, G.A.H. Walker, S. Yang A radial velocity search for extrasolar planets R.S. McMillan, P.H. Smith IRAS statistics on main sequence stellar IR excesses and models of corcumstellar particle clouds 131

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D.E. Backman, F.C. Gillett Progress in determining the space orientation of stars L.R. Doyle A photometric approach to detecting Earth-sized planets W.J. Borucki, L.E. Allen, W.S. Taylor, A.T. Young, A.R. Schaefer Systematic aspects of direct extrasolar planet detection Robert A. Brown Direct imaging of extra-solar planetary systems with a low-scattered light telescope R.J. Terrile Discovery/study of planetary systems using astrometry from space E.H. Levy, R.S. McMillan, G.D. Gatewood, J.W. Stein, M.W. Castelaz, A. Buffington, N. Nishioka, J.D. Scargle Optical interferometry and the detection of evidence of life B.F. Burke Searching for extrasolar life with space telescopes J.R.P. Angel Development of constraints imposed by cosmic evolution towards life J. Oro Cosmic metabolism: the origin of macromolecules C.N. Matthews: Exotic chemical life Ronald D. Brown A sceptic’s view R. Shapiro Hydrothermal energy flow of planetary bodies and the creation of living systems J.B. Gorliss Survival strategies for life in high UV, low density environment G. Horneck Anticrick: the nothing is not regulable T. Ganti The right-left asymmetry in biology 132

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Ya.B. Zeldovich Yakov Borisovich Zeldovich (1914-1987) A.S. Szalay Chemical production of optically pure systems G. Spach, A. Brack The interferometer paradigm for mammalian binaural hearing N. Cohen Fast tracks to intelligence W.H. Calvin Form and function in neurobiology S. Firestein Can we communicate with other species on this planet? D. Reiss SETI and the physical scientist’s misconstrual of evolutionary biology E.J. Coffey Can we communicate with aliens? V. Csanyi, Gy. Kampis CETI: historical retrospective of interaction of cultures L.S. Licevitch Some biological implications on Drake’s formula M. Pfleiderer Regional jurisdiction in our galaxy D.M. Papagiannis One more solution to the Fermi paradox M. Subotowicz The evolution of technological civilizations within the limits of their own solar system M.D. Papagiannis The galactic center A.A. Stark Supercivilizations as possible products of the progressive evolution of matter in the universe 133

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N.S. Kardashev, V.S. Strelnitskij Being optimistic about seti D. Schwartzman, L.J. Rickard Fermi paradox and alternative strategies for SETI: the anthropic principle and the search for solar analogs M. Fracassini, L.E. Pasinetti Fracassini, A.L. Pasinetti The SETI related use of large astronomical archives R. Albrecht, B.B. Balazs Artifical signal detectors I. Linscott, J. Duluk, J. Burr, A. Peterson Search for artificial cosmic radio emission A.V. Arkhipov The QUASAT satellite and its set applications C. Maccone SETI with a french accent F. Biraud Field test results with the targeted search MCSA J.C. Tarter The Berkeley piggyback SETI program: Serendip II S. Bowyer, D. Werthimer, V. Lindsay 3 pulse/multiple stage continuous wave detection algorithms D.K. Cullers The CETI ellipsoid and the supernova 1987a W.F. Hilton, I. Almar Energy saving interstellar communication with moderate effort J. Pfleiderer Optical lasers for CETI J.D.G Rather

SETI in optical range with the 6m telescope: mania V.F. Schwartsman

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Stars as gravitational lenses F.D. Drake The pro’s and con’s of gravitational lenses in CETI N. Cohen The next steps: 20 possibilities A. Tough The tale of a candidate signal J. Heidman The argument for ETI in the Edo age H. Nakamura What if we succeed? (a media viewpoint) A.G. Fraknoi Who will speak for earth? D. Goldsmith

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THE SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE edited by P. Morrison, J. Billingham and J. Wolfe (NASA SP-419, 1977) Cosmic evolution Rasool, I.S., Vincenzi, D.L. and Billingham, J. Cultural evolution Stull, M.A. Detection of other planetary systems Greenstein, J.L and Black D.C. The rational for a preferred frequency band: the water hole Oliver, B.M. Search strategies Seeger, C.L. The science of SETI Black, D.C. and Stull, M.A. Alternative methods of communication Wolfe, J.H. Notes on search space Seeger, C.L. Parametric relations in a whole sky search Oliver, B.M. Stellar census Seeger, C.L. Summary of possible uses of an interstellar search systems for radio astronomy Cuzzi, J.N. and Gulkis, S. SETI related scientific and technological advances Black, D.C. and Stull, M.A. A preliminary parametric analysis of search systems Basler, R. Radio frequency interference Stull, M.A. and Seeger, C.L. Protection of a preferred radio frequency band 136

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EXOBIOLOGY: MATTER, ENERGY AND INFORMATION IN THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE edited by J. Chela-Flores and F. Raulin (Springer science-business media, B.V. 1997) Proceedings of the Fifth Trieste Conference on Chemical Evolution: An Abdus Salam Memorial Trieste, Italy, 22-26 September 1997 Abdus Salam from fundamental interactions to the origin of life J. Chela-Flores Cosmochemical evolution: a unifying and creative process in the universe J.Oro The Theory of Common Descent R.D. Keynes The search for intelligent life in the universe F. Drake Are we alone in the universe? P. Davies The concept of matter and materialism in the origin and evolution of life G.V. Coyne, S.J. Re-appraisal of the age of the oldest water-lain sediments, West Greenland: Significance for the existence of life on the early Archaean Earth S. Moorbath and B.S. Kamber The origin of mind and life S.W. Fox, A. Pappelis and R. Grubbs Energy for the origin of life H. Baltscheffsky, A. Schultz and M. Baltscheffsky Visually retracing the emergence of the evolvable protocell R. Grubbs, S.W. Fox, A. Pappelis, J. Bozzola and P.R. Bahn Radicals, ions and molecules in chemical evolution M. Chadha

Some aspects of the irradiation of HCN and related compounds and its role in prebiotic chemistry A. Negron-Mendoza and S. Ramos Bernal 138

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The role played by solid state surfaces in prebiotic chemistry S. Ramos-Bernal and A. Negron-Mendoza Mutually catalytic amphiphiles: simulated chemical evolution and implications to exobiology D. Segre and D. Lancet Salam Phase Transition and the Causal Origin of Homochirality W. Wenqing and F. Yi Physical studies of adsorbed bio-organic substances in Na-Montmorillonite A. Negron-Mendoza, S. Ramos Bernal, D. Acosta, I. Gamboa de Buen On the prevailing direction of our search into the origin of life-”Second Thoughts” F.R. Eirich Generic properties of the sequence-structure relations of biopolymers P.F. Stadler Genetic code: Dinucleotide type, hydropathic and Aminoacyl-tRNA synthetase class organization R.C. Guimaraes Cognitive universals: abstract psychology of terrestrial and extraterrestrial intelligence K.T. Shah Early cellular evolution: Preliminary results from comparative genomic analysis S. Islas, A. Becerra, J.I. Leguna and A. Lazcano Impact of Darwin’s theory on ”origins of life” and ”extraterrestrial life” debates, and some wider topics F. Raulin-Cerceau, M.C. Maurel and J. Schneider The oldest fossil mineral bacteria from the early archean of South Africa and Australia F. Westall The evolutionary aspects of coenzyme photobiochemistry M. Kritsky, T.A. Lyudnikova, E.A. Mironov and K.V. Neverov Origin of the proto-cell Membrane: great importance of the phospholipid bilayer H. Nakamura Animate protocells from inanimate thermal proteins: visualization of the process A. Pappelis, S.W. Fox, R. Grubbs and J. Bozzola 139

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Did the fIrst cells emerge from a microsphere? M. Rizzotti, M. Crisma, F. de Luca, P. Iobstraibizer and P. Mazzei Exobiology in Earth orbit G. Horneck Production of organic compounds in interstellar space: design for exobiology experiments on the Earth orbit K. Kobayashi, T. Kasamatsu, T. Kaneko and T. Saito The search for extraterrestrial biochemistry on Mars and Europa C.P. McKay Possible degree of evolution of solar-system microorganisms J. Chela-Flores Is there an alternative path in eukaryogenesis? An astrobiological view on making the nucleated cell J. Seckbach, T.E. Jensen, K. Matsuno, H. Nakamura, M.M. Walsh and J. Chela-Flores Did earthlife come from Mars? P. Davies Ultrastructure in the carbonate globules of Martian meteorite ALH84001 F. Westall, P. Gobbi, D. Grenke and G. Maszzotti Production and detection of organic compounds on Mars K. Kobayashi, T. Kaneko, Y. Kawasaki, T. Saito Prebiotic synthesis by lightning in martian volcanic plumes R. Navarro-Gonzalez and V. Basiuk Earliest microbes on Earth and possible occurrence of stromatolites on Mars V. C. Tewari Cometary contributions to planetary atmospheres T. Owen and A. Bar-Nun Comets as a source of life’s origins J.M. Greenberg and A. Li

Formation of molecular hydrogen: the mother of all molecules V. Pirronello, O. Biham, C. Liu, L. Shen and G. Vidali

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Prebiotic chemistry induced by ion irradiation of ices G. Strazzulla Extraterrestrial delivery of simple biomolecules to the Earth: survival of amino acids and nucleic acid bases V. A. Basiuk and R. Navarro Gonzalez Titan’s chemistry: Exobiological aspects and expected contribution from Cassini Huygens F. Raulin, P. Coli, Y. Benilan, P. Bruston, M.-C. Gazeau, P. Paillous, N. Smith, R. Sternberg, D. Coscia and G. Israel Production of Organic Gases and Aerosols by Electrical Activity in Titan’s Tropospheric Clouds R. Navarro-Gonzalez The search for habitable planets and Life in the Universe J. Schneider Exochirality in the solar system and beyond A.J. MacDermott DRVS and the search for life on extrasolar planets R. VikramSingh A full-sky survey for ultra-narrowband artificial signals G.A. Lemarchand SETI these last few years: An interdisciplinary overview J. Heidmann SETI from Space and the Moon Far Side in the Next Century C. Maccone

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COMMUNICATION WITH EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE edited by D. Vakoch (Suny Press, 2011) Exoplanets, extremophiles, and the search for extraterretrial intelligence J. Tarter Current and nascent SETI intruments in the radio and optical A. Siemons, H. Chen, J. Cobb Candidate identification and interference removal in [email protected] E.J. Kopela, J. Cobb, M. Lebofsky A new class of SETI beacons that contain information G.R. Harp, R.F. Ackermann, S.K. Blair Getting the world actively involved in SETI searches J.C. Tarter, A. Agrawal, R. Ackermann The effects of the ionized interstellar medium on broadband signals of extraterrestrial origin S.K. Blair, D.G. Messerschmitt, J.C. Tarter, G.R. Harp The next steps in SETI-ITALIA science and technology S. Montebugnoli, C. Cosmovici, J. Monari Project SAZANKA: multisite and multifrequency simultaneous SETI observations in Japan S. Narusawa, M. Fuhishita, H. Akisawa Harvard’s advanced all-sky optical SETI C. Mead and P. Horowitz The OZ OSETI project R. Bhathal The new telescope/photometer optical SETI project of SETI institute and the Lick observatory F.D. Drake, R.P.S. Stone, D. Werthimer Large-scale use of solar power may be visible across interstellar distances L.K. Scheffer Interstellar radio links enabled by gravitational lenses of the Sun and stars C. Maccone 142

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Cost analysis of space exploration for an extraterrestrial civilization Y. Dutil and S. Dumas Understanding the search space for SETI W. Edmondson Unpacking the great transmission debate K. Denning Integrating active and passive SETI programs: prerequisites for multigenerational research D. Vakoch Building and searching for cost-optimized interstellar beacons J. Benford, D. Benford, G. Benford Seeking contact: the relevance of human history M.A.G. Michaud Pragmatism, cosmocentrism, and proportional consultation for communication with extraterrestrial intelligence M.L. Lupisella SETI and international radio law F. Lyall What the world needs now : identifying the relative degree of specific Maslovian needs and degree... T.A. Lower, D.A. Vakoch Limits on interstellar messages S. Shostak Communication among interstellar intelligent species: a search for universal cognitive maps G.A. Lemarchand and J. Lomberg The chemiosmosis message – a simple and information-rich communication in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence C.S. Cockell A proposal for an interstellar Rosetta stone S. Dumas Processes in lingua cosmica 143

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A. Ollengren and D.A. Vakoch Testing SETI message designs M.W. Busch and R.M. Reddick The DISC quotient: a post-detection strategy J.R. Elliott and S. Baxter On the universality of human mathematics C.L. DeVito Cognitive foundations of interstellar communication D. Duner Culture, meaning, and interstellar message construction J.W. Traphagan

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EXTRATERRESTRIALS: SCIENCE AND ALIEN INTELLIGENCE edited by E. Regis (Cambridge Press University, 1987) Extraterrestrial Intelligent Life Lewis White Beck The probability of extraterrestrial intelligent life Ernst Mayr ETI without Intelligence David M. Raup Is rape wrong on Andromeda? An introduction to extraterrestrial evolution, science and morality. Michael Ruse Extraterrestrial science Nicholas Rescher Why intelligent aliens would be intelligible Marvin Minksy Extraterrestrial intelligent being do not exist Frank J. Tipler The solipsist approach to extraterrestrial intelligence C.Sagan, W.I.Neumann Searching for extraterrestrial J.Tarter Extraterrestrial communication : a cryptologic perspective Cipher A. Deavours Excerpts from LINCOS: Design for a language for cosmic intercourse H. Freudenthal SETI debunked E. Regis Martians and morals: how to treat an alien J. Narveson

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R.S.V.P. – a story Robert Norzick

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SETI SCIENCE WORKING GROUP REPORT edited by F. Drake, J.H. Wolfe and C.L. Seeger (NASA technical paper 2244, Jan.1984) Concepts supporting microwave searches as the preferred approach to SETI B.M. Oliver The multichannel spectrum analyzer A.M. Peterson and K.S. Chen Signal detection D.K. Cullers, B.M. Oliver, J.R. Day and E.T. Olse Estimated of the relative probability of success of the SETI search program F.D. Drake Antenna feeds for the Arecibo telescope F.D. Drake and M.M. Davis The radio frequency interference problem W.T. Sullivan Data archives W.T. Sullivan Spectral line studies using SETI intrumentation B. Zuckerman HI and H2 O surveys G.R. Knapp Potential use of SETI intrumentation in pulsar radio astronomy I.R. Linscott SETI and serendipity J. Tarter The advantages of coherent telescope arrays for SETI W.J. Welch On the optimum frequency for interstellar communication: centimeter versus millimeter versus infrared wavelengths B. Zuckerman

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THE PROBLEM OF SEARCH FOR LIFE IN THE UNIVERSE edited by V.A. Ambartsumian, N.S. Kardashev and V.S. Troitskii (Nauka, 1986) This is the proceedings of the US-USSR conference at Tallinn. The document is in Russian. The scientific foundations of problem of existence and search for extraterrestrial civilizations V.S. Troitsky Notes about abundance of extraterrestrial civilizations I.S. Shkovsky About necessity and possible forms of supercivilizations N.S. Kardashev The numerical values of the fundamental constants and the anthropic principle I.D. Novikov, A.G. Polnarev and I.L. Rosental The galactic ”life belt” L.S. Marochnick and L.M. Mukhin Some astronomical phenomena as a possible result of highly-developed civilizations activity V. Straizhis Necessity and a chance in the structural evolution of substance in the Universe V.S. Strelnitsky The general evolutionary patterns and the problem of extraterrestrial civilizations V.V. Kaziutinsky. The self-organization principles and the problem of the origination of life in the Universe B.N. Panovkin The patterns of development and interactions of extraterrestrial civilizations (socialphilosophy hypotheses) A.D. Ursul The problem of extraterrestrial civilizations and the global modeling E.S. Markarian The problem of simultaneity (or synchronism) G. Marx 148

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The biological evolution and the information theory M.V. Volkenshtein Prebiological evolution and the shaping factors of it K.L. Gladilin Is the genetic code determined or accidental in nature? V.I. Ivanov The role of drop-liquid water in the origin of life on the Earth M.D. Nusinov and K.B. Serebrovskaya Contact of ”intelligent” systems I.M. Krein About a one special level of development of languages-mediators O.A. Chukreeva Ways of search for extraterrestrial civilizations L.M. Gindilis About a system approach to the problem of cosmic civilizations L.V. Leskov The CETI problem and the laws of development of technical systems V.M. Tsurikov The Lagrange points in the problem of search for extraterrestrial civilizations G.L. Suchkin, Yu.V. Tokarev, L.G. Luk’ianov and G.I. Shirmin Unusual and not-microvawe methods of CETI and SETI M. Subotovitch and Z. Paprotny Review of experimental studies on ETI signals search in radio- and optical regions J. Tarter Cosmic radioastronomy as an instrument G.S. Tsarevsky Search of planet systems near closest stars and the SETI problem L.V. Ksanfomality Existence of planet systems in the Galaxy and the problem of search them Yu.V. Alexandrov and V.A. Zakhozhai

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About a possible direction of search for planets in a system of a star G.L. Suchkin About a project of a space probe travel to planet system of a star M.Ya. Marov, U.N. Zakirov A ”space haystack” and modern SETI programs in USA J. Tarter The state of SETI program of Ohio University R.C. Dixon The program of search for extraterrestrial civilizations V.S. Troitsky The search for extraterrestrial civilizations – is a problem of astrophysics or of the culture as a whole? V.F. Shwartsman. Some results of science-metric analysis of the literature on the problem of extraterrestrial civilizations V.V. Rubtsov Interstellar message of the ”Voyager” J. Lomberg

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THIRD IAA SYMPOSIUM ON SEARCHING FOR LIFE SIGNATURE edited by S.Dumas and A.Panov (2015) This is the proceedings of the 3th IAA symposium held in St-Petersburg, Russian (2011). Red dwarves’ planetary systems and their civilisation N.V. Sokulina and A.S. Fionov Prebiological panspermia and the hypotesis of the self-consistent Galaxy origin of life A. Panov Statistics for exoplanets and ET civilizations C. Maccone Dynamical generalizations of the Drake equation: the linear and non-linear theories A. Panov The greatest mystery of the Universe Y.N. Efremov The possibility of an interstellar empire S.Dumas and Y.Dutil The end of socium and the SETI challenge S.A. Yazev Probable natural source of the ”WOW!” radio signal G. Gontcharov The KLT (Karhunen-Loeve Transform) to extend SETI searches to broadband and extremely feeble signals C. Maccone METI : Messaging to Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence A. Zaitzev Principal components analysis and its application S. Dumas Writing a letter to ET S. Dumas Is it dangerous or not to transmit signals? L.M. Gindilis 151

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Realistic targets at 1000 AU for interstellar precursor missions C. Maccone Protected antipode circle on the farside of the Moon C. Maccone

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THIRD DECENNIAL US-USSR CONFERENCE ON SETI edited by S.Shostak (1991) This is the proceedings of the 3rd and last US-USSR conference on SETI. The first was held in Byurakan and the second in Tallinn. A brief history of SETI F. Drake Bioastronomy in the Ukraine L.Litvinenko and A.Arkhipov Prospects for using the Soviet DNS antenna for SETI V.Altunin Antenna systems for space communication, radio astronomy and SETI B. Poperetchenko a CW detector for the NASA targeted search J. Reykjalin A wide-band, high-resolution spectrum analyzer M. Gargantes, M. Grimm and H. Wilck Symmetry in SETI B. Oliver A new method for determining the merits of SETI search strategies J. Cullers Blinkders an drifters: strategies for optimum time segmenting of multipathed and/or Doppler drifting monochromatic signals N. Cohen A stochastic approach to non-random signal analysis S. Likhachev Polyphase DFT spectrum analysis for the search for extratestrial intelligence sky survey G. Zimmerman and G. Gulkis On the deteciton of unknown signals R. Dixon and C. Klein Interstellar scintillation and SETI J. Cordes and L. Lazio 153

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New ”Magic” frequencies for SETI L. Gindilis, V. Davydov and S. Strelnitski The search for extra-solar system planets J. Tarter A search for extra-solar planets via precise velocities G. Marcy and P. Butler Formation of planetary systems in the Galaxy A. Tutukov The planet around PSR 1829-10 A. Tutukov Astrophysical constraints on exobiological habitats L. Doyle, C. McKay, D. Whitmire, J. Matese abd R. Reynolds The search for extraterrestrial intelligence and ecological problems K. Rebane Target selection stretegies for NASA’s SETI MOP D. Soderblom and D. Latham Can unique astronomical objects serve as an intrument for communication between cosmic civilizations? G. Beskin and A.Sannikov Astrophysical masers as amplifiers of ETI signals. J. Cordes The SERENDIP SETI project S. Bowyer, D. Wertheimer, C. Donnely and M. Lampton SETI activities in Argentina R. Colomb, E. Hurrell, J. Olalde and G. Lemarchand Five years of META: results of the planetary society’s search at Harvard P. Horowitz SETI site survey of RFI in the band 1.0 GHz to 10.4 GHz E. Olsen, E. Jackson and S. Gulkis The NASA SETI microwave observing project targeted search P. Backus 154

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The NASA SETI microwave observing project sky survey M. Klein, D. Burns, C. Foster, M. Garyantes, S. Gulkis, S. Levin, E. Olsen, H. Wilck and G. Zimmerman Preliminary test data from the SETI microwave observing project sky survey prototypes S. Levin, P. Asmar, D. Burns, C.Foster and M. Garyantes Search for interstellar beacons at the 3He+ hyperfine transition frequency T. Bania and R. Rood The potential for millimeter-wave SETI P. Steffes A search for infrared laser signals A. Betz Results of the MANIA experiment: an optical search for extraterrestrial intelligence V. Shvartsman, G. Beskin, S. Mitronova, S. Neizvestny, V. Plakhotnichenko and L. Pustil’nik Self-recognition in the Bottlenose dolphin: a methodology test case for the study of extraterrestrial intelligence L. Marino, D. Reiss and G. Gallop On the astrosiocological paradox of SETI L. Gindilis and G. Rudnitskii SETI post-detection protocols: what do you do after detecting a signal? J. Billingham The aesthetics of SETI J. Lomberg

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REPORTS List of reports related to SETI This chapter presents a list of reports. Those documents are written by a few authors. They may be results from scientific conferences, workshops or studies.

(R001)

Ambartsumian, V.A. Kardashev, N.S Troiskii, V.S.

Problema Poiska Jeeznee yo Vselennoi (Russian)

Moskva Nauka, 130p, (1986)

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Appenzeler, I.

Reports on astronomy (including commission 51)

Springer Science , 583p, (1997)

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Billingham, J. Heynes, R. Milne, D.

Social Implications of the Detection of Extraterrestrial Civilization: Report on Workshops As the Cultural Aspects of Seti

(1999)

(R004)

Billingham, J.

Life in the Universe (NASA CP-2156)

(1981)

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Coulter, G.R. Klein, M.J Backus, P.R.

Searching for Intelligent Life in the Universe: NASA’s High Resolution Microwave Survey

(1993)

(R006)

Cullers, K. Deans, S.R.

SETI Algorithms

(1993)

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Drake, F. Wolfe, J. H. Seeger, C. L.

A multidisciplinary study of planetary, solar and astrophysical radio emissions (NASA NAGW-386)

(1986)

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Drake, F.

SETI science working group report (NASA TP-2244)

(1984)

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Graham, R.W.

Extraterrestrial life in the universe

NASA TM 102363, 12p, (1990)

(R010)

Gurnett, D.A.

Biological Generalizations and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life (NASA NASW-417)

(1969)

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Gurnett, D.A.

A multidisciplinary study of planetary, solar and astrophysical radio emissions

NASA NAGW-386, (1986)

(R012)

Hoffman, D.B. Kontaratos, A.N.

A Bibliography on the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (NASA RP1021)

(1978)

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Hoffman, D.B. Kontaratos, A.N.

Biological generalizations and search for extraterrestrial life

NASA NASW-417, 55p, (1969)

(R014)

Imshetnetsky, A.A.

Extraterrestrial life and its detection methods

(1970)

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Mallove, E.F. Connors, M.M. Forward, R.L.

End-to-end Interstellar Communication System Design for Power Efficiency

(2013)

(R016)

Messerschimtt, D.

Proposed Studies on the Implications of Peaceful Space Activities for Human Affairs (the Brookings Report)

The Brookings Institution, 219p, (1960)

(R017)

Michael, D.N.

Evaluation of symbol-wise autocorrelation for the setiquest project

(2011)

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Oliver, B. Billingham, J.

Project Cyclops, a design study of a system for detecting extraterrestrial life

NASA/AMES, 243p, (1971)

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Oliver, B.M. Billingham, J.

In the search for extraterrestrial life (NASA TT F-15,856)

(1972)

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Ponnamperuma, C.

Concept for detection of extraterrestrial life (NASA SP-56)

(1964)

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Quimby, F.H.

Publications of the exobiology program for 1988 (NASA TM 4169)

(1989)

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Rummel, J.D.

Project Haystack: the search for life in the galaxy

SETI Institute, 255p, (2010)

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Tarter, J.

Possibility of intelligent life elsewhere in the universe

(1977)

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IAC CONFERENCES List of papers presented during the International Aeronautical Congress (IAC). The International Academy of Aeronautics (IAA) SETI Permanent Committee has two sessions during those meetings. The SETI conferences started in 1972 therefore only those IAC conferences are listed.

(work in progress: this chapter will be updated as soon as the information related to the meetings will be available) When the title is inside parentheses it is the main topic and not the real title. My searches did not found those titles but rather a summary of the paper.

1972 – Vienna, Austria Only four papers were read and discussed at the 1972 review meeting.

1973 – Baku, USSR This is not the complete list of papers submitted at Baku. Troitsky V.S.

Scanning of Sporadic Radiation Resalting from Technical Activity of Extraterrestrial Civilization

Gindilis L.M., Kardashev N.S., Mirovsky V.G., Soglasnov V.A., Spangenberg E.E. and Etkin V.S.

A Searth for Signals from Extraterrestrial Civilizations by the Method of Synchronous Dispersion Receiving

Zakirov U.N.

On the Energetic Optimal Trajectories of a Probe to Search Extraterrestrial Civilizations

1974 – Amsterdam, Netherland Four papers of wide ranging interest were read and discussed under the chairmanship of R. Pesek.

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(related to a CETI survey for the years 71-74)

Troitsky, V.S. and Kardashev, N.

(about the range of frequencies for their observations)

Lawton, A.T.

Interpreting signals from an intersterllar probe

Subotowicz, M.

The use of neutrinos for interstellar communication

1975 - 77 The 1975 IAF was at Lisbon, Portugal, the 1976 was Anaheim, USA and the 1977 was at Prague, Czechoslovakia. A selection of papers from the three meetings was published in a single proceeding untitled Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence (see page 104)

1978 – Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia (The following list is not complete and the title may be wrong) Gatewood, G.

Detection of Planets near Distant Stars

Ganti, T.

Chemotons – The Fundamental Particles of Life

Draganic, I. and Draganic, Z.

Ionizing Radiation May Have Started Life

1979 – Munich, Germany Two sessions of 8 papers (only 7 papers are listed). Only the authors and a summary were found and not the title of their paper. Campbell, B.

(about the function and nature of terrestrial intelligence)

Korovin, Y.A.

(related to the Drake Equation)

Wolczek, O.

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(related to design a sophisticated signal processor for SETI applications)

Ganti, T.

(the use of self-replicating, preprogrammed, liquid machines by advanced civilizations)

Tarter, J.

(about the search of 207 nearby solar type stars at frequencies near the 18 centimeter lines of the hydroxy radical (OH))

Richer, D.J.

(about information theoretic approach might help determine a most likely value for ”N”)

1980 – Tokyo, Japan 1981 – Rome, Italy 1982 – Paris, France IAA-82-262

Shostak, S. and Tarter, J.C.

SIGNAL (Search for Intelligence in the Galactic Nucleus with the Array of the Lowlands)

IAA-82-263

Tarter, J.C., Duquet, R.T., Clark, T., and Lesyna, L.

Recent SETI Observations at Arecibo.

1983 – Budapest, Hungary IAA-83-269

Ponnamperuma, C.

The chemical basis of extraterrestrial life

IAA-83-270

Oro, J.

Major chemical evolutionary phases for the emergence of life in planetary systems

IAA-83-271

Troitsky, V.S.

Development regularities of extraterrestrial intelligence and the search strategy

IAA-83-272

Papagiannis, M.D.

A natural selection of galactic societies imposed by the limits of growth

IAA-83-273

Wiesenberger, I.

Use of cosmic interactions for benefit of mankind 163

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S.Dumas

IAA-83-274

Kent, S. and Ubil, D.

Popular support for the search for extraterrestrial

IAA-83-275

Corliss, J.B.

Sea-floor hot springs, dissipative structure and the abiotic synthetic of living organisms en Earth-like planets

IAA-83-276

Hilton, W.F.

Thoughts on ionospheric amplifications of low frequency signals

IAA-83-277

Klein, M.J.

The NASA SETI program: objectives of the R&D activity

IAA-83-279

Zuckerman, B.M.

Preferred frequencies for SETI observations

IAA-83-280

Marz, G.

The question of simultaneity

IAA-83-281

Marochnik, L.S. Mukhin, L.M.

IAA-83-282

Tarter, J.C.

SETI and serendipity

IAA-83-283

Almar, I.

The rate of cosmic discoveries and the influence of ETI on it

IAA-83-284

Subotowicz, M.

The mass, time and energy characteristics of interstellar flight during long proper time of the astronauts

and

Galaxy ”Belt of Life”

1984 – Lausanne, Switzerland IAA-84-235

Papagiannis, M.D.

The first IAU symposium on extraterrestrial life

IAA-84-236

Ponnanperuma, C.

Cosmochemistry and life in the universe

IAA-84-237

Oro, J.

Major chemical evolutionary phases for the emergence of life in planetary systems

IAA-84-238

Balaza, B.A.

The importance of the special galactic position of our Sun from the aspect of searching for optimal strategies for detecting extraterrestrial intelligence 164

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAA-84-239

Martin, A.R.

Is mankind unique in the Galaxy?

IAA-84-240

Wiesenberger, I.

Human artificial intelligence

IAA-84-241

Finney, B.R.

SETI and interstellar migration

IAA-84-242

Ducrocq, A, Souchier, A and Merbold, U.

SETI experiment in spacelab 1

IAA-84-243

Valdes, F. and Freitas, R.A.

A search for the tritium hyperfine line from nearby stars and a search for extraterrestrial artifacts (SETA)

IAA-84-244

Culler, D.K., Oliver, B.M. and Wolfe, J.H.

Sensitive detection of narrowband pulses

IAA-84-245

Tarter, J.C.

Using the very large array (VLA) sythetis radio telescope to perform a parasitic search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI)

IAA-84-246

Seeger, C.L.

Recent progress in the NASA SETI program

IAA-84-247

Subotowicz, M.

Threats to CETI-SETI, possible solutions and the anthropic principle (AP)

1985 – Stockholm, Sweden Hjalmarson, A.

Organic molecules in space

Billingham, J.

The evolution of complex life

Davies, R.E.

Panspermia: unlikely, unsupported, but just possible

Hall, P.J.

The anthropic principle: probability and possibility of extraterrestrial life

Nelson, N.N.

Some diplomatic and journalistic implications of SETI

Papagiannis, M.D.

Toward a multi-path approach for SETI

165

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Tater, J.C.

Statistics of ”Excess” observatory noise at the Nancay telescope and elsewhere

Stendahl, K.

Theological reactions to the possibility of extraterrestrial life

Gulkis, S., Klein, M.J. and Olsen, E.T.

Objectives and first results of the NASA SETI sky survey field tests at Goldstone, California

Betz, A.

A directed search for extraterrestrial laser signals

Subotowicz, M.

On the possible existence of terrestrial-like scientific-technical civilizations only in the whole galaxy: one more solution to the Fermi paradox

Gorgolewski, S.

Very low frequency SETI search strategy

1986 – Innsbruck, Austria 1987 – Brighton, United Kingdom Boyce, P.

The first steps after the signal arrives: verify and tell the world

Heidmann, J.

SETI False alerts as ”laboratory” tests for an international protocol

Goldsmith, D.

Who will speak for Earth ?

Paprotny, Z.

Signals from ETI detected: what next?

Goodman, A.

Diplomatic and political problems affecting the formulation and implementation of an internationnal protocol

Tough, A.

A critical examination of factors that might encourage secrecy

Connors, M.

The social consequence of detection: an international concern

166

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications Maccone, C.

SETI investigations by the QUASAT radioastronomy satellite

Morris, M.

Astronomical anomalies and their roles in SETI

Backus, P.

Real time data acquisition in SETI

Klein, M.

An assessment of the impact of radio frequency interference on microwave SETI searches

Owen, T.

Early life on and off Earth

Burke, B.

Detection of life in other planetary systems

Devito, C.

A language bases on science

Raup, D.

Unconscious intelligence in the universe

Dunlop, A.

Galaxy dynamics and desirable real estate

Pearson, J.

The Moon and SETI

Ruzmalkina, I.T.V.

The origin of and ability to form planetary systems

Malaughlin, W.

Absence of extraterrestrials: the epistemological solution

1988 – Bangalore, India IAA-88-530

Michaud, M.A.G.

An international agreement concerning the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence

IAA-88-531

Stuiver, W.

Current status of deployment research for a SETI space based antenna system

IAA-88-532

Pinotti, R.

ETI, SETI and today’s public opinion

IAA-88-537

Swarup, G.

Giant metrewave ratio telescope: possible use for SETI

167

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAA-88-538

Renzetti, N.A.

The NASA SETI sky survey: recent developments

IAA-88-539

Tarter, J.C.

SETI field tests with the MCSA 1.0 prototype and plans for radio astronomical observations

IAA-88-540

Welch, Wm.J.

A strategy for SETI observations at Arecibo observatory

IAA-88-541

Colomb, F.R., Martin, M.C. and Lemarchand, G.A.

SETI observational program in Argentina

IAA-88-542

Biraud, F.

Conclusion of the selected target search at the Nancay observatory

IAA-88-543

Lampton, M., Bowyer, S. and Werthimer D.

The serendip parasitic SETI project

IAA-88-544

Gindilis, L.M., Dubinskij, B.A. and Rudnitskij, G.M.

SETI investigations in the USSR

1989 – Torremolinos, Spain Billingham, J. and Tarter, J.

Detection of the Earth with the SETI microwave observing system assumed to be operating out in the galaxy

Cohen, N.

The gravitational lens as an intergalactic communication tool

Dreher, J.W.

Rejection of RFI means of interferometry

Filippova, L.N. Likhachev, S.F.

and

On the strategy of SETI

Finney, B.

SETI and the two terrestrial cultures

Gulkis, S.

Status of the NASA sky survey observing project

Heidmann, J. and Biraud, F.

Pulsar-aided SETI experimental observations

168

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

Horowitz, P.

High resolution prospects

SETI:

experiences

and

Michaud, M.A.G.

Progress on the SETI detection agreement

Subotowicz, M.

Interstellar ozone masers and SETI

Tarter, D.E.

SETI and the media: views from inside and out

1990 – Dresden, Germany IAA-90-574

Drake, F.

Reflections on the modern history of SETI

IAA-90-575

Horowitz, P.

High resolution prospects

IAA-90-576

Klein, M.J., Gulkis, S. and Wilck, H.C.

SETI prototype system for NASA’s sky survey microwave observing project: a progress report

IAA-90-577

Duluk, J.F., Jeday, A. and Massing, M.

The MSCA 2.1: a fully digital real tie spectrum analyzer developed for NASA’s SETI project

IAA-90-579

Kahlmann, H.C.

SETI and radiospectrum

IAA-90-580

Tarter, J.C.

Summary of interference measurements at selected radio observatories

IAA-90-581

von Hoerner, S.

Suggestions for a large southern radio telescope

IAA-90-591

Michaud, M.A.G., Tarter, J.C. and Billingham, J.

The response from Earth following the detection of signals from an extraterrestrial civilization

IAA-90-592

DeVito, C.L.

Languages bases on science

IAA-90-593

Reupke, W.A.

Efficiently coded message can transmit the information content of a human across interstellar space

169

SETI:

experiences

and

Catalogue of SETI publications IAA-90-596

S.Dumas

Klein, M.I.

Levels of consciousness of intelligent system and levels of their contact

1991 – Montreal, Canada 1992 – Washington, USA This IAC was held during the World Space Congress. The list of papers is at page 207

1993 – Graz, Austria Burke, B.

The search of exoplanets

Tarter, J.

Progress report on NASA’s high resolution microwave survey targeted search

Klein, M.

NASA’s high resolution microwave survey: the inauguration of the all sky survey

Latham, D.

SETI target selection

Malina, R.

SERENDIP: the Berkeley SETI program

Cohen, N.

Frequency hopping and diversity for high probability of interception of monochromatic ETI signals

Dixon, B.

ARGUS: a next generation omnidirectional powerfull radiotelescope

Maccone, C.

SETISAIL project

Cohen, N.

The free ride: gravity lens gain system galactic SETI with parallactic stellar lenses

Doyle, S.

Social implications of NASA’s high resolution microwave survey

Coulter, G.

The NASA HRMS educational outreach program

Lyall, F.

Legal aspect of SETI

170

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications Seppanen, J.

The 1993 Finnish interdisciplinary seminar on SETI

Lemarchand, G.

Active search patterns and the SETI protocols

Lehti, R.

Edward Engelbert Neovius: an early proponent of interplanetary communication

Krein, I.

An ethic of intelligence

Tschukreyeva, O.

Comparative analysis of intermediary languages of various types

1994 – Jerusalem, Isreal Kardashev, N.

Space programme for SETI

Almar, I.

Space-VLBI: a new possibility to complement terrestrial microwave surveys

Heiligman

Results from the NASA HRMS targeted search

Manila, R.

The next generation Berkeley SETI machine: Serendip IV

Colomb, F.R.

META SETI in Argentina

Doyle, L.

Circumstellar habitable zones

Pardo

Design of the fast Fourier transform in SETI detection device

Kingsley

Design for an optical SETI observatory

Cohen, N.

Polychromatic SETI

Mazeh

Radial-velocity search for low-mass companions of nearby stars

Ashkenazi

On the applicability of human cultural models to ETI civilizations

171

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Gilkey

How will the ”religions” react to a signal/message

Reijnen

The Nations United in the scientific and political debate of the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

Finney, B.

SETI analogies: learning at a distance from ancient terrestrial civilizations

Strelnitskij

Public opinion and SETI: a mathematical approach

Stoneburner

Journalistic culture and space communication issues: disseminating news of an ETI discovery

Robbins

To reply or not to reply?

1995 – Oslo, Norway Michaud, M.

Challenge, response and SETI

Cocca, A.

Legal science as catalyzer of SETI science, engineering and operations

Finney, B.

Tsiolkovsky and extraterrestrial intelligence

Fasan, E.

Legal consequences of a SETI detection

Vakoch, D.

Constructing messages to extraterrestrials: a perspective from the psychology of language

Tough, A.

Positive consequences of SETI before detection

Lemarchand, G.

Sociodynamical analysis of human archetypes about extraterrestrial intelligent beings

Vaile, R.

SETI as an educational tool

Harvey, K.

Cultural factors and communication issues in space exploration: case study – SETI

172

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications Dougherty, K.

Museums, SETI, and community awareness

Tarter, J.

Reply policy and signal type: assumptions drawn from minimal source information

Krein, I.

Universals of intelligence and pre-intelligence

1996 – Beijing, China Owen, T.

The prevalance of Earth-like planets

Heidmann, J.

SETI from the Saha crater on the Moon: science and technology issues

Rendong, N.

Chinese concepts for the 1km2 radiotelescope

Wellington, K.

Design challenges of a one square kilometre radiotelescope

Santoli, S.

Life and intelligence in the universe from nanobiological principles: a survey and budget of concepts and perspectives

Maccone, C.

SETI via worm holes

Jauncey, D.

Galactic lensing redshift discovered with the Phoenix system

Tarter, J.

Studies of radio frequency interference at Parkes observatory

Sullivan, W.

A galactic center search for extraterrestrial intelligent signals

Orfei, A. Doyle, S.

The SETI facilities at the Medicina/Noto sites Potential post-detection global institutional arrangements

Finney, B.

Tsiolkovsky and extraterrestrial intelligence

Lyall, F.

Communication with extraterrestrial intelligence: a new dimension of space law

173

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Shostak, S.

The opening of the Pacific: an analog for a SETI success

Bhatal, R.

SETI Australia

Harrison, A.

The relative stability of belligerent and peaceful societies: implications for SETI

Tough, A.

Detecting miniature probes: a need for a new protocol?

Sterns, P.

SETI and space law: jurisprudential and philosophical considerations for humankind in relation to extraterrestrial life

von Muldau, H.

Has the fact that Humans are alone (or not) begun to influence ethics?

Bartsev, S.

Multiple scenarios of ETI communication as necessary components of SETI activity s

1997 – Turin, Italy Tarter, J.

Project Phoenix and beyond

Almar, I.

Astronomy, space sciences, and SETI: a comparison

Mayor, M.

The discovery of extrasolar planets

Doyle, L.

Ground-based detection of terrestrial and Jovian extra-solar planets around eclipsing binary systems

Heidmann, J.

Recent progress on the Lunar farside crater Saha proposal

Maccone, C.

Establishing SETI systems in the Saha Lunar crater

Norris, R.

The UWS/ATNF/Serendip project and extragalactic SETI

Lemarchand, G.

The META II upgrade system

174

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications Timofev, M.

A search of the IRAS database for evidence of Dyson sphere

Bhatal, R.

SETI and education

Tough, A.

What people hope to learn from other civilizations

Hovde, G.

Frequency management and SETI

Oliver, C.

SETI and the media

Tarter, J.

Security considerations in signal detection

Vakoch, D.

Reactions to receipt of a message from extraterrestrials: a cross-cultural empirical study

Harrison, A.

ETI: our first impressions

Lemarchand, G.

A sociodynamical analysis of Human archetypes about extraterrestrial intelligent beings

Lupisella, M.

Do we need a cosmocentric ethic?

1998 – Melbourne, Australia Swarup, G.

SETI in India

Wellington, K.

The Southern Serendip SETI project

Backus, P.

Project Phoenix at Green Bank: statistics of two-site SETI observations

Bailey, J.

Chirality and the origin of life

DeBoer, D.

Opportunistic astronomy: uses of ”vintage” communications antennas for radio astronomy and SETI

Tough, A.

Interstellar probes within SETI: 1960-1998

175

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Butler, P.

The Keck, Lick, and Anglo-Australian extrasolar planet surveys

Shostak, S.

SETI in the galactic plane

Heidmann, J.

Imaging of extrasolar advanced terrestrial planets

Blair, D.

Outguessing the aliens: search for interstellar beacons

Ollongren, A.

Large-size message construction for ETI

Harvey, K.

Cultural and legal implications for controlled information models: a global perspective on space communications and SETI

Calvin, W.

Climate instabilities and brain enlargement

Owen, T.

Atmospheres and life on extrasolar planets

Pierson, T.

A perspective for the future

Vakoch, D.

Conventionality of pictorial representation in interstellar curriculum project

Harrison, A.

The detection of extraterrestrial intelligence: organizational response

Oliver, C.

SETI and the media in the 21st century

Reed, M.

Exosemiotics: in inter-disciplinary approach

1999 – Amsterdam, The Netherlands 9.1.01 9.1.02

Shosta, S. Target, J.

Project Phoenix Enters Adulthood Bioastronomy ’99: A Synopsis, and An Updated Target List for Project Phoenix

9.1.03

Heidmann, J.

A New IAA Cosmic Study: Establishing a Radio Observatory on the Moon Farside

9.1.04

Schneider, J.

Can We Detect Extra-Solar Technology in the Cosmic Ray Spectrum? 176

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

9.1.05

Norris, R.

How Old is ET?

9.1.06

Tough, A.

The Array of Search Strategies

9.1.07

Taylor, D.

Southern SERENDIP Project: SETI Candidate Analysis Using Neural Network and Statistical Techniques

9.1.08

Elliott, J.

Language in Signals: The Detection of Generic Species-Independent Intelligent Language Features in Symbolic and Oral Communications

9.1.09

Ollengren, A.

Large-size Message Construction for ETI: Typing Static Relations

9.1.10

Vakoch, D.

Communicating Scientifically Formulated Spiritual Principles in Interstellar Messages

9.2.01

Billigham, J.

Annual Pesek Lecture: SETI and Society - Decision Trees

9.2.02

Harrison, A.

Confirmation of ETI: Initial Organizational Response

9.2.03

Oliver, C.

The Case of EQ Peg: Challenge and Response

9.2.04

Schenkel, P.

9.2.06

Bhathal, R.

Contact With Advanced ETI: Implications for a New World Order SETI Education for the Public

9.2.07

Tarter, J.

The Biggest Challenges in the 28 Days Following the Detection of Extraterrestrial Intelligence: A Panel Discussion

2000 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 9.1.01

Welch, W.

Annual Pesek Lecture: Building SETI’s First Dedicated Observatory

9.1.02

Davis, M.

Buying Cyclops by the Yard

9.1.03

DeBiase, R.

Beyond the Square Kilometer Array

177

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

9.1.04

Shuch, P.

One Hundred Up, 4900 To Go! A Project Argus Update

9.1.05

Corbet, R.

The Use of Gamma-Ray Bursts as Time and Direction Markers in SETI

9.1.06

Stootman, F.

Galactic Plane SETI Candidates – Results from the Southern SERENDIP Spectrometer

9.1.07

Werthimer, D.

The Berkeley SETI Program: [email protected], SERENDIP, and Optical SETI

9.1.08

Howard, A.

An All-Sky Optical SETI Survey

9.1.09

Borucki, B.

Projects for the Detection of Earths Orbiting Other Stars

9.1.10

Pierson, T.

9.2.01

Almar, I.

SETI 2020 - A Roadmap for the Next 20 Years of SETI Research The Discovery of ETI as a High-Consequence, Low-Probability Event

9.2.03

Diederich, J.

The Convergence of Intelligences: Learning, Symbols and Efficient Communication

9.2.04

Strelnitski, V.

SETI as a Subject of Public Opinion

9.2.05

Lemarchand, G.

Sociodynamical Analysis of Human Archetypes about Extraterrestrial Intelligent Beings

9.2.06

Gardner, J.

Assessing the Robustness of the Emergence of Intelligence: Testing the Selfish Biocosm Hypothesis

9.2.07

Oliver, C.

SETI in High Schools Down Under

9.2.08

Ollongren, A.

Large-Size Message Construction ETI:Typing Logic Contents

9.2.10

Vakoch, D.

Cognitive Modeling of Music Perception as a Foundation for Interstellar Message Composition

9.2.11

Balazs, B.

The Interdisciplinary Benefits of SETI

178

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S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

2001 – Toulouse, France 9.1.01

Drake, D.

Annual Pesek Lecture: Promising New Approaches in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

9.1.02

Shuch, P.

Array2K: Multiple Dishes, Multiple Modes

9.1.03

Montebugnoli, S.

SETI Italia: Status Report

9.1.04

Cullers, K.

Trials of Omni-Directional Sky Survey Telescopes

9.1.05

Maccone, C.

The Lunar SETI Cosmic Study: Current Status and Perspectives

9.1.06

Shostak, S.

The Lifetime of Technological Civilizations

9.1.07

Morison, I.

The Lovell Telescope Upgrade

9.1.08

Tarter, J.

Update on the Allen Telescope Array and Square Kilometer Array

9.1.09

Dutil, Y.

Error Correction in SETI

9.1.10

Monari, J.

SALVE 2 (Software Aimed at off Line Verification ETI signals ver 2.0)

9.1.11

Schlumberger, M.

The SETI Game

9.2.01

Oliver, C.

Science Journalists and SETI Scientists: Improving Communication

9.2.02

DeVore, E.

Educating the Next Generation of SETI Scientists: Voyages Through Time

9.2.03

Almar, I.

How the Rio Scale Should be Improved

9.2.04

Tough, A.

Post-Contact Communication and Security

9.2.05

Michaud, M.

Ten Decisions That Could Shake the World

9.2.06

Gardnes, J.

Artificial Exo-Society Modeling: A New Tool for SETI Research

179

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S.Dumas

9.2.07

Elliott, J.

First Stage Identification of Syntactic Elements in an Extraterrestrial Signal

9.2.08

Atwell, E.

Corpus Linguistics and the Design of a Response Message

9.2.09

Ascheri, V.

Interstellar Communication: Chemistry as a Highly Recommended Subject Matter

9.2.10

Ollengren, A.

Large-Size Message Construction for ETI: An Experiment in CETI

9.2.11

Musso, P.

Analogy as a Tool to Communicate Abstract Concepts in SETI

9.2.12

Vakoch, D.

Communicating Concepts about Altruism in Interstellar Messages: an Evolutionary GameTheoretic Approach

2002 – Houston, USA IAC-02-IAA.9.1.01

Drake, F.

Promising new approaches in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.02

Shuch, H.P.

The very small array: proof-of-concept for array 2K

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.03

Tarter, J.

Update on the square kilometer array

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.04

Maccone, C.

The Lunar farside radio lab study of the IAA

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.05

Cullers, K.

Trials of omni-directional sky survey telescope

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.06

Shostak, S.

The Rio scale applied to fictional ”SETI detections”

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.07

Backus, P.

Horowitz/Sagan signal were not ETI

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.08

Harris, M.J.

Limits from satellite gamma-ray observations on the use of antimatter propulsion by extraterrestrial civilizations

180

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Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC-02-IAA.9.1.09

Werthimer, D.

Searching for ET with help from three million volunteers: the [email protected], Serendip, Sevendip and Spock SETI programs

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.01

Marshall, W.

SETI and astrobiology: contact - a youth perspective

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.02

De Vore, E.; Tarter, J.

Educating the next generation of SETI scientists: voyages throuth time

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.03

Tough, A.

Communicating with ETI: five needed steps

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.04

Michaud, M.A.G.

Ten decisions that could shake the world

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.05

Gardner, J.N.

Artificial exo-society modeling: a new tool for SETI research

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.06

Vakoch, D.A.

Communicating concepts about altruism in interstellar messages

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.07

Doyle, L.R.; McCowan, B.

Information theory applied to dolphin whistle vocalizations with possible application to SETI signals

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.08

Atwell, E.; Elliott, J.

Corpus linguistics and the design of a response message

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.09

Dutil, Y.; Dumas, S.

Young: a cryptanalytic toolkit for SETI

IAC-02-IAA.9.2.10

Elliott, J.; Atwell, E.

The filtration of inter-galactic objects trouves and the identification of the lingua ex machina hierarchy

2003 – Bremen, Germany Schlumberger, M.E.

A model of monidirectional SETI

Maccone, C.

Lunar farside radio lab : a ”cosmic study” by the International Academy of Astronautics

Carrigan, R.A.

Do potential SETI signals need to be decontaminated.

181

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Sterns, P.

Metalaw and relations with intelligent beings revisisted

Genta, G.

Will space actually be the final frontier of humankind?

Arnould, J.

Human being: the next space frontier

Maccone, C.

Innovative SETI by the KLT

Montebugnoli, S.

SETI-Italia 2003: status review

Horowitz, P.

Targeted optical SETI at Harvard / Smithsonian and Princeton

Howard, A.

All-sky optical SETI

Wilson, T.L.

Power consideration in the context of SETI

Shostak, S.

When will we detect the extraterrestrials?

Dorminey, B.

Back to the basics

Shuch, H.P.

SETI snack attack: lessons learned from the Pearl Harbor hoax

Oliver, C.

Communicating astrobiology - a new approach

Brake, M.

Life in the universe: a course in science, and science fiction

Pierson, T.

SETI institute as a model for managing interdisciplinary science

Vakosh, D.A.

The art and science of interstellar message composition: a report on international workshops to encourage multidisciplinary discussion

Musso, P.

From maths to culture towards an effective message

Ollengran, A.

Large-size message construction for ETI - inductive self-interpretation

Settino, M.

”Mining” the sky from data-mining 182

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Catalogue of SETI publications

Monari, J.

Generalized Hough transform: an useful algorithm for signal path detection

Ruffolo, A.

Outlier analysis for SETI

Elliott, J.

A human language corpus for interstellar message construction

2004 – Vancouver, Canada SETI and Other Extraterrestrial Discoveries

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.01

Werthimer, D.; Anderson, D.; Cobb, J.

The top 200 candidates from 25 years of berkeley SETI

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.02

Tarter, J.

Progress report on the Allen telescope array

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.03

DeBoer, D.R.

The Allen telescope array: commensal and efficient SETI

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.04

Cullers, K.; Stauduhar, R.; Schlumberger, M.E.

Sensitive detection of coherence

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.05

Montebugnoli, S., Monari, J.; Zoni, L.

A new system for the SETI-Italia data analysis.

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.06

Carrigan, R.A.

Limitations for pure Dyson sphere searches

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.07

Schuch, H.P.

Entering the SETI olympics: the role of the dedicated amateur

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.08

Maccone, C.

NASA gateways at L1 and L2 and the radioquiet Moon farside imperative

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.09

DeBiase, R.L.

Concept for very large space based radio telescopes for SETI

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.10

Simmons, W.

Quantum optical cryptography and SETI

183

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAC-04IAA.1.1.1.11

Marino, L.

The evolutionary neurobiology of SETI

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.01

Almar, I.

Similarities and differences in communicating different kinds of dramatic cosmic discoveries

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.02

Race, M.S.

Communicating about the discovery of extraterrestrial life: different searches, different issues

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.03

Rummel, J.D.; Race, M.S.

Got life? hours of boredom followed by moments of sheer terror (and that’s just with the press)

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.04

Tough, A.

Public communication in close-up contact

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.05

Langston, M.C.

An exploration of the “ET hacker” concept

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.06

Shostak, S.

Limits on interstellar messages

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.07

Ollengren, A.

Large-size message construction for ETI nondeterministic typing and symbolic computation in lincos

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.08

Dutil, Y.

Social choice and equity theory: seeking the common good as a common ground

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.09

Vakoch, D.A.

Narrative approaches to encoding altruism in interstellar messages

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.10

Arnould, J.; Laidet, L.

Prepared to manage extraterrestrial information or an extraterrestrial event.

IAC-04IAA.1.1.2.11

Musso, P.

Philosophical and religious implications of extraterrestrial life

2005 – Fukuoka, Japan The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) - The Next Steps

184

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

fujishit

Fujishita, M.

SETI activities at kyushu tokai university

IAC-05-A4.1.02

Vakosh, D.A.

Advantages of active SETI

IAC-05-A4.1.03

Shuch, H.P.; Almar, I.

The San Marino scale for transmissions from Earth to ET

IAC-05-A4.1.04

DeBiase, R.L.

Effects of collisions upon a partial Dyson sphere

IAC-05-A4.1.07

Shostak, S.

Short-pulse SETI

IAC-05-A4.1.09

Walton, L.

Definition of a SETI search

IAC-05-A4.1.10

Maccone, C.

The ITASEL project (Italian search for extraterrestrial life )

IAC-05-A4.1.11

Rummel, J.D.

On the wings of Copernicus: further implications of discovering life in the solar system?

IAC-05-A4.2.01

Burgess, L.

The equant node of oblivion: the eighth major aspect of the quiet axis, a nearly 40-year cosmic artistic/poetic construction

IAC-05-A4.2.03

Denning, K.

“l” on earth

IAC-05-A4.2.07

Oliver, C.

Astrobiology: a pathway towards adult scientific literacy?

IAC-05-A4.2.09

Shuch, H.P.

Testing a claim of extraterrestrial technology

IAC-05-A4.2.10

Elliott, J.

A post-detection decipherment matrix

IAC-05-A4.2.11

Maccone, C.

Past and future of astronomy and SETI cast in maths

2006 – Valencia, Spain The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

IAC-06-A4.1.01

Shuch, H.P.; Almar, i.

Updating the San Marino scale

185

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAC-06-A4.1.02

Ollengren, A.

Large-size message construction for ETI: aristotelian syllogisms

IAC-06-A4.1.03

Vakoch, D.A.

The evolutionary epic as an integrative theme for interstellar message composition

IAC-06-A4.1.04

Shostak, S.; Tarter, J.

Speeding up SETI searches by hundreds of times: the allen telescope array

IAC-06-A4.1.05

Werthimer, D.

Six Berkeley SETI programs: [email protected] II, Serendip V, astropulse, spock, sevendip and dyson

IAC-06-A4.1.06

von Korff, J.; Werthimer, D.; Korpela, E.

astropulse: a SETI radio sky survey on microsecond time scales

IAC-06-A4.1.07

Cosmovici, C.; Montebugnoli, S.; Maccone, C.; Monari, J.

The ITASEL project (Italian search for extraterrestrial life)

IAC-06-A4.1.08

Montebugnoli, S.; Zoni, J.; Monari, J.; Maccone, C.

The ITASEL/SETI-Italia new programmable spectrum analyser

IAC-06-A4.1.09

Cecchi, M.; Monari, J.

[email protected]: exploiting computational grids to boost SETI data analysis

IAC-06-A4.1.10

Mead, C.; Howard, A.; Sreetharan, P.

Challenges in the first all-sky optical SETI

IAC-06-A4.1.11

Howard, A.; Horowitz, P.; Mead, C.

Initial results from harvard all-sky optical SETI

IAC-06-A4.1.12

Carrigan, R.

Challenges of “cosmic archaeology” searches for ETI

IAC-06-A4.1.13

Maccone, C.

SETI, extrasolar planets search and interstellar flight: when are they going to merge?

IAC-06-A4.2.01

Dick, S.

The postbiological universe

IAC-06-A4.2.02

Denning, K.

Ten thousand revolutions: conjectures about civilizations

IAC-06-A4.2.03

Tough, A.

Rethinking ETI

186

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC-06-A4.2.04

Dutil, Y.

Sustainability: a tedious path to a galactic colonisation!

IAC-06-A4.2.05

Musso, P.

What the Fermi paradox tells us about the dangers of active SETI

IAC-06-A4.2.06

Elliott, J.

A semantic ‘engine’ for universal translation

IAC-06-A4.2.07

Vakoch, D.A.

Describing the probabilistic nature of human behavior in interstellar messages

IAC-06-A4.2.08

Norris, R.P.

Gamma-ray bursters and the emergence of life

IAC-06-A4.2.09

Jukola, P.

Search for intelligence

IAC-06-A4.2.10

Lee, R.J.

Rules for first contact: legal and policy issues arising from establishing and maintaining communications with extraterrestrials

IAC-06-A4.2.11

Woolf, S.

Other worlds, other gods

2007 – Hyderabad, India The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

IAC-07-A4.1.01

Swarup, G.

Prospects of SETI with the GMRT

IAC-07-A4.1.02

Shostak, S.; Tarter, J.

A galactic center SETI search using the allen telescope array

IAC-07-A4.1.03

Schilliro, F.; Schilliro, S.; Maccone, C.

Spectral line measurements in exceptionally low SNR by the KLT

IAC-07-A4.1.04

Vakoch, D.

Bernard M. Oliver’s analysis of the role of active SETI strategies in a diversified approach to interstellar communication

IAC-07-A4.1.05

Ockels, W.

Is time a creation of life in reaction to gravity? This hypothesis suggests new ways for looking at extraterrestrial life

IAC-07-A4.1.06

DeBiase, R.L.

Constraints and cost / benefits of thin film Dyson spheres 187

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAC-07-A4.1.07

Gurevich, I.

About restrictions on volume of the information in the universe

IAC-07-A4.2.01

Denning, K.

Being technological

IAC-07-A4.2.02

Zaitzev, A.

Sending and searching for interstellar messages

IAC-07-A4.2.03

Vakoch, D.

Humankind’s planetary ecological crisis as a central theme for interstellar message composition

IAC-07-A4.2.04

Shuch, H.P.; Almar, I.

Quantifying past transmissions using the San Marino scale

IAC-07-A4.2.05

Maccone, C.

Protected antipode circle on the farside of the moon

IAC-07-A4.2.06

Musso, P.

The number of ET civilizations and the ”reverse SETI” argument

2008 – Glasgow, United Kingdom The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

IAC-08.A4.1.1

Shuch, H.P.

Introduction to SETI science and technology

IAC-08.A4.1.2

Welch, W.J.

The allen telescope array: the first widefield, panchromatic, snapshot radio camera for radio astronomy and SETI

IAC-08.A4.1.3

Tarter, J.

The first SETI observations with the allen telescope array

IAC-08.A4.1.4

Maccone, C.

The statistical Drake equation

IAC-08.A4.1.5

Tewari, B.

Update on controversial view of terrestrial and extraterrestrial origins of life

IAC-08.A4.1.6

Tabeshian, Molaverdikhani

M.;

188

Mapping the probability of microlensing detection of extra-solar planets

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC-08.A4.1.7

Carrigan, R.

Extended IRAS-based whole-sky upper limit on dyson spheres and the implication for future Dyson sphere searches

IAC-08.A4.1.8

Shostak, S.

Efficiency in SETI

IAC-08.A4.1.9

Montebugnoli, S.; Cosmivici, C.; Monari, J.

The next steps in SETI-Italia science and technology

IAC-08.A4.2.1

Vakoch, D.A.

Introduction to the interdisciplinary aspects of SETI

IAC-08.A4.2.2

Almar, I.

SETI terminology: terms correctly?

IAC-08.A4.2.3

Denning, K.

Unpacking the great transmission debate

IAC-08.A4.2.4

Shuch, H.P.; Riggs, J.

Correcting for interdependence of terms in the San Marino scale

IAC-08.A4.2.5

Elliott, J.

A post-detection decipherment strategy

IAC-08.A4.2.6

Harrison, A.

Planning for contact: fantasy documents or guidelines for action?

IAC-08.A4.2.7

Arnould, J.

ETI: from imagination to reality

IAC-08.A4.2.8

Shuch, H.P.

Aliens among us: learning disability as an analog for extraterrestrial intelligence

IAC-08.A4.2.9

Musso P.

Nearby extraterrestrial communicating civilizations and the “reverse SETI” argument

IAC-08.A4.2.10

Ollengren, A.

Large-size message construction for eti recursivity in lingua cosmica

IAC-08.A4.2.11

Vakoch, D.

What does it mean to be human?: reflections on the portrayal of human nature in interstellar messages

do we interpret SETI

2009 – Daejon, Republic of Korea The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

189

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAC-09.A4.1.1

Shuch, H.P.

Introduction to SETI science and technology

IAC-09.A4.1.2

Rhee, M.-H.; Kan-ya, Y.; Byun, Y.I.

The SETI programs in Korea: progress report

IAC-09.A4.1.3

Yukitoshi, K.-y.; Yi, H.; Yoon, J.W.

Detection of SETI signals from vlbi raw data

IAC-09.A4.1.4

Howard, A.

Spectroscopic optical SETI at lick observatory

IAC-09.A4.1.5

Pluchino, S.; Montebugnoli, S.

Fast digital real time processing systems for SETI and radio science: S/C signal detection and tracking.

IAC-09.A4.1.6

Vakoch, D.

Testing the zoo hypothesis through active SETI: a strategy infrastructure for sustaining SETI across generations and

IAC-09.A4.1.7

Maccone, C.

SETI and seh (statistical equation for habitables)

IAC-09.A4.1.8

Shuch, H.P.

The day the Earth stood out

IAC-09.A4.1.9

Montebugnoli, S.

Fast digital real time processing systems for SETI and radio science: a survey of the Italian back ends

IAC-09.A4.1.10

Molaverdikhani, K.

Extrasolar planets detection fractal map

IAC-09.A4.2.1

Gardner, J.

How cosmological models should guide SETI search strategies

IAC-09.A4.2.2

Shostak, S.

What et will look like and why we should care

IAC-09.A4.2.3

Ollengren, A.

On the concrete signature of lincos

IAC-09.A4.2.4

Vakoch, D.

Communicating multiple theories of human psychology in interstellar messages

IAC-09.A4.2.5

Traphagan, J.

Can ritual represent a framework for communication with ET?

IAC-09.A4.2.6

Musso, P.

Nearby extraterrestrial communicating civilizations and the “reverse SETI” argument

190

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC-09.A4.2.7

Shuch, H.P.

Project argus progress report: T plus 13 years and holding

IAC-09.A4.2.8

Maccone, C.

Relativity, SETI, and knowledge diffusion across the galaxy

2010 – Prague, Czech Republic The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

IAC-10.A4.1.1

Shuch, H.P.

SETI past, present, and future: 50 years in 15 minutes

IAC-10.A4.1.2

Shostak, S.; Harp, G.

A SETI search in the anti-solar direction using the allen telescope array

IAC-10.A4.1.3

Siemion, A.; Werthimer, D.; Korpela, E.; Howard, A.; Cobb, J.

Instrumentation and methods for the search for extra-terrestrial intelligence

IAC-10.A4.1.4

Montebugnoli, S.

SETI back ends made inexpensive

IAC-10.A4.1.5

Mead, C.

Technologies driving SETI

IAC-10.A4.1.6

Maccone, C.

A new belt beyond Kuiper’s: a belt of focal spheres between 550 and 17,000 au for SETI and science

IAC-10.A4.1.7

Trimberger, S.

A multilevel model of interstellar communication

IAC-10.A4.1.8

Ollengren, A.

Large-size message construction for ETIinterpretation of processes in lingua cosmica

IAC-10.A4.1.9

Matloff, G.L.

Giant/red-dwarf binaries: new SETI targets and implications for interstellar migration

IAC-10.A4.1.10

Herzing, D.

Signatures of universal communication: rhythm, synchrony and temporal patterns of dolphin communication as a model

IAC-10.A4.2.1

Davies, P.

Footprints of alien technology

191

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAC-10.A4.2.2

Denning, K.

The history of contact on Earth: data, myths, misconceptions

IAC-10.A4.2.3

Almar, I.

SETI and astrobiology: the rio scale and the london scale

IAC-10.A4.2.4

Elliott, J.; Baxter, S.

The disc quotient: a post detection strategy

IAC-10.A4.2.6

Vakoch, D.; Lower, T.; Niles, B.A.; Scanlin, J.E.

What should we say to extraterrestrial intelligence?: an analysis of responses to ”Earth speaks”

IAC-10.A4.2.7

Pacher, T.

One kilo message and mosaic earth: education and outreach potential of interstellar artefact message composition projects

IAC-10.A4.2.8

Maccone, C.

Societal statistics by virtue of the statistical drake equation

IAC-10.A4.2.9

Burgess, L.

Projects for deep space and deep time communication

IAC-10.A4.2.10

Korbitz, A.

The limits of metalaw and the need for further elaboration

IAC10,A4,2,5,x7167

Oliver, C.

Social networking: implications for post detection communications

2011 – Cape Town, South Africa The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

IAC11,A4,1,1,x9737

Shuch, H.P.

Intoduction to SETI science and technology

IAC11,A4,1,2,x9894

Dominik, M.

Exploration rather than speculation – assembling the puzzle of potential life beyond earth

IAC11,A4,1,3,x11080

Montebugnoli, S.; Monari, J.; Bianchi, G.

New data acquisition and processing system for the SETI-Italia

IAC11,A4,1,5,x10991

Elliott, J.

Signatures of machine intelligence

192

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC11,A4,1,6,x9891

Ollengren, A.

Large-size message construction for eti logical existence expressed in lingua cosmica

IAC11,A4,1,7,x9304

Maccone, C.

Extending SETI to nearby galaxies

IAC11,A4,2,1,x10143

Worden, P.

¡no title¿

IAC11,A4,2,2,x11996

Antonites, A.

Universals in the universe?

IAC11,A4,2,3,x10857

Elliott, J.; Ollengren, A.

On the concrete signature of lincos

IAC11,A4,2,4,x9951

Shostak, S.

Seeking intelligence far beyond our own

IAC11,A4,2,5,x12037

Vakoch, D.; Lower, T.; Niles, B.A.

La tierra habla (Earth speaks): an online Spanish language survey about interstellar communication

IAC11,A4,2,6,x9444

Atri, D.; DeMarines, J.; Haqq-Misra, J.

A protocol for messaging to extraterrestrials launch of an educational and interactive website

IAC11,A4,2,7,x9708

Maccone, C.

A mathematical model for societal aspects of SETI

IAC11,A4,2,8,x11544

Reddy, A.; Goutham, P.R.

Influence of works of fiction on the perceptions of SETI

2012 – Naples, Italy The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) – The Next Steps

IAC12,A4,1,1,x13071

Shuch, H.P.

Introduction to SETI science and technology

IAC12,A4,1,2,x14361

Korpela, E.; Siemion, A.; Cobb, J.; Lebofky, M.; Werthimer, D.

SETI in Berkeley: what now? where next?

193

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

IAC12,A4,1,3,x13045

Siemion, A.; Cobb, J.; Cordes, J.; Demorest, P.

Progress in two radio SETI experiments: the search for extraterrestrial radio arecibo telescope observatory and SETI in the kepler field with the green bank emission from nearby developed intelligent populations (Serendip) at

IAC12,A4,1,4,x16280

Harp, G.

Recent observations and next steps for SETI programs at the SETI institute

IAC12,A4,1,5,x14106

Schilliro, F.; Pluchino, S.; Montebugnoli, S.; Cassaro, P.

Targeted SETI activity in the uplink spacecraft communication channels.

IAC12,A4,1,6,x15362

Pluchino, S.; Schilliro, F.; Montebugnoli, S.; Cassaro, P.

An enhanced piggyback mode for SETI observations

IAC12,A4,1,7,x15650

Schilliro, F.; Maccone, C.; Pluchino, S.

Karhunen-Loeve transform on GPU computing

IAC12,A4,1,8,x13108

Maccone, C.; Savio, G.; Villa, A., Crippa, R.

Italian optical SETI searches at FOAM13 observatory

IAC12,A4,1,9,x13290

Carrigan, R.

Galactic-scale signatures for interstellar archaeology and the search for life and intelligence in the universe.

IAC12,A4,1,10,x13015

Ollongren, A.

Large-size message construction for eti, validation of lingua cosmica

IAC12,A4,1,11,x12810

Matloff, G.

Solar sailing to the sun’s inner gravity focus: a design study

IAC12,A4,1,12,x15789

Dandamudi, S.; Khan, A.A.; Sarpal, S.; Sharma, S.

Iintegration of remote sensing for extraterrestrial geological studies

IAC12,A4,2,1,x13070

Shuch, H.A.

Fanning the flames of SETI passion

IAC12,A4,2,2,x13525

Shostak, S.

Sseeking intelligence far beyond our own

IAC12,A4,2,3,x13590

Elliott, J.

Signatures of machine intelligence

194

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC12,A4,2,4,x13105

Maccone, C.

Evolution and history in a new ”mathematical SETI” model

IAC12,A4,2,5,x15896

Vakoch, D.

Communicating existential accounts of being human in interstellar messages

IAC12,A4,2,6,x14214

de la Torre, G.G.

Neuropsychosocial model of contact. neuroscience, consciousness and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence.

IAC12,A4,2,7,x14555

Denning, K.

The ‘intelligence’ in SETI: historical concepts and new research

IAC12,A4,2,8,x15346

Herzing, D.

Profiling nonhuman intelligence: an exercise in developing unbiased tools for describing other types of intelligence on earth.

IAC12,A4,2,9,x14561

Denning, K.

The long view: sustaining multigenerational science

2013 – Beijing, China Shuch, P.

Introduction to SETI Science and Technology

Narusawa, S.-Y.

Project Dorothy: Worldwide Joint SETI Observation (Pesek Lecture)

Derawa, C.S.

Stellar Genetics Analogs

Maccone, A.

SETI as a Part of Big History

Shuch, P.

Analyzing the Stephens (Billingham Lecture)

Arnould, J.

Earth Must Not Become the Jail of Humankind

Ganapathy, R.

Black Holes: Attractors for Intelligence?

Ollengran, A.

On the Universality of Lingua Cosmica Logica

195

Using

Stellar

Sunspot

Mystery Signal

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Arun, P.V.

Web Based Semi-Automatic Framework for Astrobiological Research

Martinez, C.F.

SETI in the Light of Cosmic Convergent Evolution

Vakoch, D.

Music as an Analogue for Interstellar Message Composition

Milanov, A.

Need for Authority of Humankind in Space Law

2014 – Toronto, Canada IAC14,A4,1,1,x22517

Garrett, M.A.

SETI, big data and the next generation of radio telescopes

IAC14,A4,1,2,x23276

Demorest, P.; Falcke, H.; Garrett, M.; Korpela, E.; Maddalena, R.; Werthimer, D.

Radio searches for extraterrestrial intelligence as facility observing programs

IAC14,A4,1,3,x25350

Shivvers, I.; Siemion, A.; Werthimer, D.

A 1.1 to 1.9 ghz SETI survey of the kepler field: a raster scan search for narrow-band emission

IAC14,A4,1,4,x26669

Rummel, J.D.

A place for SETI research and observations in the NASA astrobiology roadmap

IAC14,A4,1,5,x26543

Montebugnoli, S.

A smart high resolution spectrometer for low cost SETI piggy back activity mode

IAC14,A4,1,6,x20613

Dumas, S.

The Karhunen-Loeve transform, digital signal analysis and the information theory

IAC14,A4,1,7,x23822

Xin, F.; Su, H.

Terahertz imaging system for SETI and the exploration of the beginning of the universe

IAC14,A4,1,8,x24102

Pearson, J.

Exoplanet discoveries and the fermi paradox

IAC14,A4,1,9,x27030

Trimberger, S.

addressing societal concerns in active SETI

196

S.Dumas

Catalogue of SETI publications

IAC14,A4,2,1,x20653

Shuch, H.P.; Lomberg, J.

The new horizons message initiative: SETI’s new horizon

IAC14,A4,2,2,x21587

Jones, M.

Cryptosociology and extraterrestrial civilizations

IAC14,A4,2,3,x22064

Maccone, C.

Statistical Seager equation for exoplanet and SETI searches

IAC14,A4,2,4,x26420

DeVito, C.

SETI: a time to consolidate

IAC14,A4,2,5,x23542

Enestam, S.; Long, K.; Welch, C.

Advanced transportation systems and their relation to unexplained signals on Earth

IAC14,A4,2,6,x21941

DeVito, C.

A possible link between extra-terrestrial societies

IAC14,A4,2,7,x21749

Herzing, D.; Antonio, M.

IAC14,A4,2,8,x27069

Jukola, P.

Act - interactive public outreach strategies

IAC14,A4,2,9,x20921

Ollongren, A.

On modalities in lingua cosmica logica

IAC14,A4,P,1,x26402

Das, S.

Primary decoding of complex structural arrangements of diatom surface silicon communication system biomineralization indicates a probable extraterrestrial

IAC14,A4,P,2,x22065

Maccone, C.; Savio, G.; Villa, A.; Crippa, R.

Intended OSETI searches at FOAM13 observatory (italy)

Walther-

Nonhuman communication signals and decoding techniques: implications for astrobiology

2015 – Jesuralem, Isreal Wandel, A.

On the abundance of extra terrestrial life after Kepler (Pesek Lecture)

Walton, L.

Revisiting SETI Searches for Large Scale Extraterrestrial Technosignatures

197

Catalogue of SETI publications

S.Dumas

Maccone, C.

SETI transient signals from ET spaceships detected by the relativistic KLT

Vakoch, D.

Pulsar Clocks as a Timestamps for Active SETI Messages

de Paulis, D.

One Earth: New Horizons Message Initiative

Ollengren, A.

On Modalities in Lingua Cosmica Logica

Ollengren, A.

Hubots Characterized by Lingua Cosmica Logica

Walton, L.

The History of the SETI Permanent Committee (Billingham Lecture)

Shuch, H.P.

Who Speaks for Earth?

Vakoch, D.

Music as an Analogue for Interstellar Message Composition

Maccone, C.

Evo-SETI Scale to Measure Life on Exoplanets

Duner, D.

Human conceptions of the rise and fall of civilizations

Greenfeld, B.

Metalaw and the Intrinsic Value of Extraterrestrial Organisms

de Paulis, D.

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Volume 19, Issue 11, 1989, eds: C.L. Seeger and A.R. Martin

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Volume 21, Issue 2, 1990, eds: J.C. Tarter and M.A. Michaud

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Volume 26, Issues 3-4, 1992, ed: J. Heidmann

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Volume 29, Issues 10-11, 1992, ed: Rodolfo Monti

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Volume 42, Issues 10-12, 1998, ed: J. Heidmann

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Volume 46, Issues 10-12, 2000, ed: R. Bhatal

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Volume 67, Issues 11-12, ed: J. Elliott

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Volume 68, Issues 3–4, ed: J. Elliott

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Volumn 78, ed: J.Elliott

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Volume 6, Issue 19, 1979 Acta Astronautica Vol. 6, Issue 19 Pergamon Press 1979. Printed in Great Britain edited by J. Billingham and R. Pesek This special issue of Acta Astronautica was published as a book. The list of papers is given at page 104

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Volume 19, Issue 11, 1989 Acta Astronautica (SETI-1) Volume 19, Issue 11, Pages 855-932 (November 1989) edited by C.L. Seeger and A.R. Martin J.C. Fletcher

Space: 30 years into the future

Pages 855-857

T.V. Ruzmaikina

Origin and evolution of planetary systems

Pages 859-862

J. Billingham

The evolution of complex life

Pages 863-868

J.B. Corliss

The flow of energy, natural learning systems and the creation of life on Earth

Pages 869-873

V.S. Troitskij

Development of extraterrestrial intelligence and physical laws

Pages 875-887

M. Subotowicz

Threats to CETI-SETI: Possible solutions and anthropic principle

Pages 889-895

M.D. Papagiannis

Toward a multi-path approach for SETI

Pages 897-902

G.M. Gruber, J. Pfleiderer

Small duty cycles in SETI

Pages 903-906

J. Tarter

Radio frequency interference at Jodrell Bank observatory within the protected 21 cm band

Pages 907-912

S. von Hoerner

An asymmetric shaped mirror system for the Arecibo telescope, and its uses for SETI

Pages 913-918

S. Gulkis

Analysis of a crossed Bragg cell acousto-optical spectrometer for SETI

Pages 919-925

J.F. Duluk, I.R. Linscott, A.M. Peterson, et al J. Twicken

VLSI processors for signal detection in SETI

Pages 927-932

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Volume 21, Issue 2, 1990 Acta Astronautica (SETI-2) Volume 21, Issue 2, Pages 69-154 (February 1990) edited by J.C. Tarter and M.A. Michaud J. Tarter and M. Michaud

Preface

Pages xi-xii

J. Billingham

Risk and value analysis of SETI

Pages 69-72

J. Heidmann

SETI false alerts as “laboratory” tests for an international protocol formulation

Pages 73-80

P.B. Boyce

Signal verification in the real world: When is a signal not a signal?

Pages 81-84

P.B. Boyce

The first two steps after the signal arrives: Verify and tell the world

Pages 85-88

J.M. Logsdon, C.M. Anderson

Announcing the first signal: Policy aspects

Pages 89-92

Z. Paprotny

Signals from ETI detected — What next?

Pages 93-95

A. Tough

A critical examination of factors that might encourage secrecy

Pages 97-102

A.E. Goodman

Diplomatic and political problems affecting the formulation and implementation of an international protocol for activities following the detection of a signal from extraterrestrial intelligence

Pages 103-108

R. Pinotti

Contact: Releasing the news

Pages 109-115

B. Finney

The impact of contact

Pages 117-121

V. Kopal

International law implications of the detection of extraterrestrial intelligent signals

Pages 123-126

A.A. Cocca

XII Tables for researchers on extraterrestrial intelligence

Pages 127-130

E. Fasan

Discovery of ETI: Terrestrial and extraterrestrial legal implications

Pages 131-135

A.E. Goodman

Diplomacy and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI)

Pages 137-141

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G.C.M. Reijnen

Basic elements of an international terrestrial reply following the detection of a signal from extraterrestrial intelligence

Pages 143-148

D. Goldsmith

Who will speak for earth? Possible structures for shaping a response to a signal detected from an extraterrestrial civilization

Pages 149-151

Declaration of principles concerning activities following the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence

Pages 153-154

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Volume 26, Issues 3-4, 1992 Acta Astronautica (SETI-3) Volume 26, Issues 3–4, Pages 139-297 (March–April 1992) edited by J. Heidmann J. Heidmann

Introduction

Page 139

L. Perek

An introduction to the first Rudolf Peˇsek SETI lecture

Page 141

F. D. Drake

Reflections on the modern history of SETI

Pages 143-144

D.W. Latham, Robert P. Stefanik, Tsevi Mazeh

Spectroscopic searches for low-mass companions of stars

Pages 145-149

J. Pearson

The Moon and SETI

Pages 151-155

J. Oro and A. Lazcano

Recent advances in chemical evolution and the origins of life

Pages 157-158

J.F. Duluk Jr, A. Jeday, M. Massing, et al

The MCSA 2.1: A fully digital real-time spectrum analyzer developed for NASA’s SETI Project

Pages 159-168

P.R. Backus, J.C. Jordan, D.G. Harper

Real time data acquisition in SETI

Pages 169-172

J. Tarter

SETI field tests with the MCSA 1.0 prototype and plans for radio astronomical observations

Pages 173-176

M.J. Klein, S. Gulkis, H.C. Wilck, et al

Status of the NASA SETI Sky Survey microwave observing project

Pages 177-184

J. Billingham, Jill Tarter

Detection of the Earth with the SETI microwave observing system assumed to be operating out in the galaxy

Pages 185-188

M. Lampton, S. Bowyer, D. Werthimer, et al

The SERENDIP piggyback SETI project

Pages 189-192

P. Horowitz, K. Clubok

High resolution SETI: Experiences and prospects

Pages 193-200

F. Biraud and J. Tarter

Conclusion of the selected target search at the Nan¸cay Observatory

Pages 201-204

J. Heidmann, F. Biraud, J. Tarter

Pulsar-aided SETI experimental observations

Pages 205-209

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F.R Colomb, M.C. Mart´ın, G.A. Lemarchand

SETI observational program in Argentina

Pages 211-212

H.C. Kahlmann

SETI and the radiospectrum

Pages 213-217

W.J. Welch

A strategy for SETI observations at Arecibo Observatory

Pages 219-221

J.W. Dreher

Rejection of RFI by means of interferometry

Pages 223-226

M.J. Klein, S. Gulkis, E.T. Olsen, et al

An assessment of the impact of radiofrequency interference on microwave SETI searches

Pages 227-232

J. Tarter

Summary of interference measurements at selected radio observatories

Pages 233-238

G. Swarup

Giant Metrewave Radio Telescope—Its possible use for SETI

Pages 239-242

S. von Hoerner

Suggestions for a large southern radio telescope

Pages 243-248

N. Cohen

The gravitational lens as an intergalactic communication tool

Pages 249-251

I. Almar

Analogies between Olbers’ Paradox and the Fermi Paradox

Pages 253-256

D.M. Raup

Nonconscious intelligence in the Universe

Pages 257-261

B. Finney

SETI and the two terrestrial cultures

Pages 263-265

C.L. De Vito

Languages based on science

Pages 267-271

W.A. Reupke

Efficiently coded messages can transmit the information content of a human across interstellar space

Pages 273-276

R. Pinotti

ETI, SETI and today’s public opinion

Pages 277-280

D.E. Tarter

SETI and the media: Views from inside and out

Pages 281-289

M.A.G. Michaud

An international agreement concerning the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence

Pages 291-294

M.A.G. Michaud, J. Billingham and J. Tarter

A reply from Earth?

Pages 295-297

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Volume 29, Issues 10-11, 1993 Acta Astronautica (SETI-4) Volume 29, Issues 10–11, Pages 735-876 (October–November 1993) World Space Congress Washington, D.C., U.S.A. 28 August–5 September 1992 edited by R. Monti R. Monti

Preface

Page xi

H.H. Koelle

A frame of reference for extraterrestrial enterprises

Pages 735-741

R. Monti, M. D’Amore, L. D’Angelo

An economic benefit deriving from space activities: Integration between science institutions and industry

Pages 743-748

G. Ponce, P. Cocquerez, F. Meyer

Impact of meteoroids and orbital debris on Hermes design

Pages 749-755

N.J. Bahr, S.V. DePalo

Making the Hubble Space Telescope servicing mission safe

Pages 757-763

R. D. Waldron, Criswell

D.R.

Summary of characteristics of beamed power radiation patterns and side lobe levels for the lunar solar power system

Pages 765-769

G.M.H.J.L. Gadiot, J.M. Mul, J.J. Meulenbrugge, et al

New solid propellants based on energetic binders and HNF

Pages 771-779

G.G. Reibaldi, J.L. Cendral

The ESA Polar Platform: A work-horse for future Earth Observation Missions

Pages 781-794

J.F. Meyers

Delta for the 1990s

Pages 795-804

M. Delahais, J.F. Lieberherr, H. Pfeffer

The actions of ESA to prepare for future European Space Transportation Systems

Pages 805-809

D. Wang, N. Martens

Anik-E2 recovery mission

Pages 811-815

R.R. Bowen

The ITU response at WARC-92 to rapid changes in the design and use of communication satellite networks

Pages 817-822

G.E.N. Scoon, G.P. Whitcomb

MARSNET: A precursor to the surface exploration of Mars

Pages 823-831

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M.J. Wargo

Improved opportunities for the investigation of crystal growth phenomena on Space Station Freedom

Pages 833-839

J. Li, J. Sun, Z. Saghir, B. Roux

Floating zone of GaAs and effect of liquid encapsulation

pp.841-846

B. Zappoli, Durand-Daubin

Arnaud

Direct numerical modelling of heat and mass transport in a near supercritical fluid

pp.847-859

J.-M. Laherr`ere, P. Koutsikides

ALICE, an instrument for the analysis of fluids close to the critical point in microgravity

pp.861-870

B.W. Luscombe, Hassan

Applying remote sensing technologies to natural disaster risk management: Implications for developmental investments

pp.871-876

H.M.

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Volume 42, Issues 10-12, 1998 Acta Astronautica (SETI-5) The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Volume 42, Number 10-12 (1998) edited by J. Heidmann D.C Black

The search for other planetary systems: progress to date and future prospects

pp.579-581

N.S Kardashev, S.F Likhachev, V.I Zhuravlev

Space program for SETI

pp.585-587

R Ekers

SETI and the one square kilometre radio telescope

pp.589-591

T. Mazeh, D.W. Latham, P. Stefanik

Radial velocity search for low mass companions of nearby stars

pp.593-598

L. R Doyle, J. Billingham, D.L. DeVincenzi

Circumstellar habitable zones: an overview

pp.599-605

C.N Tilgner, I. Heinrichsen

A program to search for Dyson spheres with the infrared space observatory

pp.607-612

I. Almar, I. Fejes

Space-VLBI: a new possibility to complement terrestrial microwave surveys

pp.613-617

E. Pardo, D.K. Cullers

Design of the fast Fourier transform board in the SETI follow-up detection device

pp.619-633

J.W. Dreher

The Phoenix signal detection system

pp.635-640

S. Montebugnoli, C. Bortolotti, S. Buttaccio et al

A new 6 MHz 128.000 channel spectrum analyzer

pp.641-649

P.R. Backus

The Phoenix search results at Parkes

pp.651-654

C. Donnelly, D. Werthimer, S. Bowyer et al

The SERENDIP SETI project: new instrumentation for SETI and results of recent observations

pp.655-659

F. Lyall

Legal aspects of SETI—present and future arrangements

pp.661-665

B. Reijnen

The nations united in the scientific and political debate of the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)

pp.667-669

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A.A. Cocca

Legal science as catalyzer of SETI science, engineering and operations

pp.671-675

E. Fasan

Legal consequences of a SETI detection

pp.677-679

M.A.G Michaud

Challenge, response and SETI

pp.681-683

D.E Tarter

Reply policy and signal type: assumptions drawn from minimal source information

pp.685-689

B. Finney, Jerry Bentley

A tale of two analogues: learning at a distance from the ancient greeks and maya and the problem of deciphering extraterrestrial radio transmissions

pp.691-696

D.A. Vakoch

Constructing messages to extraterrestrials: an exosemiotic perspective1

pp.697-704

D.A. Vakoch

The dialogic model: representing human diversity in messages to extraterrestrials

pp.705-710

J. Billingham

Cultural aspects of the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

pp.711-719

S.E. Doyle

Social implications of NASA’s high resolution microwave survey

pp.721-725

R. Lehti

Edvard Engelbert Neovius, an early proponent of interplanetary communication

pp.727-738

M. Ashkenazi

On the applicability of human cultural models to extraterrestrial intelligence civilizations

pp.739-743

A. Tough

Positive consequences of SETI before detection

pp.745-748

V.S. Strelnitski

Public opinion and SETI: a mathematical approach?

pp.749-753

R.A. Vaile

SETI as an educational tool

pp.755-758

Kerrie A Dougherty

Museums, SETI and community awareness

pp.759-762

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Volume 46, Issues 10-12, 2000 Acta Astronautica (SETI-6) The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Volume 46, Numbers 10-12 (2000) edited by R. Bhathal R. Bhathal

Introduction

Page 615

T.C. Owen

The prevalence of Earth-like planets: (Pesek Lecture, Beijing, China: October 1996)

pp.617-620

G. Swarup

Pesek lecture1: SETI in India

pp.621-626

J. Bailey

Chirality and the origin of life

pp.627-631

C. Maccone

SETI via Wormholes

pp.633-639

S. Santoli

Life and intelligence in the universe from nanobiological principles: A survey and budget of concepts and perspectives

pp.641-647

S. Shostak

SETI merit and the galactic plane

pp.649-654

M. Yu Timofeev, N.S Kardashev and V.G Promyslov

A search of the IRAS database for evidence of Dyson Spheres

pp.655-659

J. Heidmann

Recent progress on the lunar farside crater Saha proposal

pp.661-665

R. Nan and B. Peng

A Chinese concept for the 1 km2 radio telescope

pp.667-675

G.K. Hovde

Frequency management and SETI: threats to SETI observations in the 1–3 GHz band

pp.677-682

J. Tarter, P. Backus, G. Heiligman et al

Studies of radio frequency interference at Parkes Observatory

pp.683-691

J.M. Jenkins, L.R. Doyle, H.-J. Deeg

Ground-based photometric detection of extrasolar planets

pp.693-699

R. Bhathal, L. Vozzo, D. Ross

SETI education programs in Australia

pp.701-705

A.A. Harrison

The relative stability of belligerent and peaceful societies: implications for SETI

pp.707-712

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A.A. Harrison, Joel T Johnson

ETI: Our first impressions

pp.713-718

M.L. Reed

Exosemiotics: an inter-disciplinary approach

pp.719-723

D.E. Tarter

Security considerations in signal detection

pp.725-728

A. Tough

What people hope to learn from other civilizations

pp.729-731

D.A. Vakoch

The conventionality of pictorial representation in interstellar messages

pp.733-736

D.A. Vakoch, Y.-S Lee

Reactions to receipt of a message from extraterrestrial intelligence: a cross-cultural empirical study

pp.737-744

B. Finney, V. Lytkin, L. Finney

Tsiolkovsky and extraterrestrial intelligence

pp.745-749

F. Lyall

Communications with extraterrestrial intelligence: a new dimension of space law

pp.751-757

P.M. Sterns

SETI and space law: jurisprudential and philosophical considerations for humankind in relation to extraterrestrial life

pp.759-763

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Volume 67, Issues 11-12, 2010 Acta Astronatica Volume 67, Issues 11-12 pp. 1337-1454 (December 2010) edited by J. Elliott J.R. Elliott

Editorial

Page 1337

C. Maccone J.M. Contant

Welcome to participants IAA: 35 years of search for extraterrestrial intelligence, tribute to Jean Heidmann. On the occasion of the first symposium, Search for life signature, Paris, September

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A. Siemion, J. Korff, P. McMahon et al.

New SETI sky surveys for radio pulses

pp.1342-1349

S. Montebugnoli, M. Bartolini and G. Bianchi

SETI-ITALIA 2008: On-going searches and future prospects

pp.1350-1355

S. Dumas, Y. Dutil and G. Joncas

Detection of biomarkers using infra-red spectroscopy

pp.1356-1360

J.P. Rospars

Terrestrial biological evolution and its implication for SETI

pp.1361-1365

C. Maccone

The Statistical Drake Equation

pp.1366-1383

Laser transition in atomic iodine for passive and active SETI

pp.1384-1390

F. Raulin-Cerceau

The pioneers of interplanetary communication: From Gauss to Tesla

pp.1391-1398

K. Denning

Unpacking the great transmission debate

pp.1399-1405

D.A. Vakoch

An iconic approach to communicating musical concepts in interstellar messages

pp.1406-1409

W.H. Edmondson

Targets and SETI: Shared motivations, life signatures and asymmetric SETI

pp.1410-1418

J.R. Elliott

Detecting the signature of intelligent life

pp.1419-1426

Yu.F. Kutaev, Mankevich and Nosach

S.K. O.Yu.

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C. Maccone

The KLT (Karhunen–Lo`eve Transform) to extend SETI searches to broad-band and extremely feeble signals

pp.1427-1439

A. Ollongren

On the signature of LINCOS

pp.1440-1442

B.G. Hauge

Investigation & analysis of transient luminous phenomena in the low atmosphere of Hessdalen valley, Norway

pp.1443-1450

D.L. Herzing

SETI meets a social intelligence: Dolphins as a model for real-time interaction and communication with a sentient species

pp.1451-1454

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Volume 68, Issues 3-4, 2011 Acta Astronatica Volume 68, Issues 3–4 pp. 339-554 (February–March 2011) edited by J. Elliott J.R. Elliott

Editorial

Page 339

J.Tarter, R. Ackermann, et al

The first SETI observations with the Allen telescope array

pp.340-346

S. Shostak

Efficiency in SETI

pp.347-350

I. Almar

SETI terminology: Do we interpret SETI terms correctly?

pp.351-357

I. Almar, J. Tarter

The discovery of ETI as a high-consequence, lowprobability event

pp.358-361

S. Shostak

Short-pulse SETI

pp.362-365

S. Shostak

Limits on interstellar messages

pp.366-371

K. Denning

Being technological

pp.372-380

K. Denning

Ten thousand revolutions: conjectures about civilizations

pp.381-388

J. Elliott

First stage identification of syntactic elements in an extra-terrestrial signal

pp.389-398

J. Elliott

The filtration of inter-galactic objets trouves and the identification of the lingua ex machina hierarchy

pp.399-405

L.R. Doyle, B. McCowan et al

Information theory, animal communication, and the search for extraterrestrial intelligence

pp.406-417

J. Elliott

A human language corpus for interstellar message construction

pp.418-424

H.T. Ilhan, I. Linscott

Using fractional derivatives as ”degree of symmetry” to characterize natural shapes

pp.425-434

J.R. Elliott

A semantic ’engine’ for universal translation

pp.435-440

J.R. Elliott

A post-detection decipherment strategy

pp.441-444

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D.A. Vakoch

What does it mean to be human?: Reflections on the portrayal of pain in interstellar messages

pp.445-450

D.A. Vakoch

The art and science of interstellar message composition: a report on international workshops to encourage multidisciplinary discussion

pp.451-458

D.A. Vakoch, M. Matessa

An algorithmic approach to communicating reciprocal altruism in interstellar messages: Drawing analogies between social and astrophysical phenomena

pp.459-475

D.A. Vakoch

Asymmetry in Active SETI: A case for transmissions from Earth

pp.476-488

P. Musso

A language based on analogy to communicate cultural concepts in SETI

pp.489-499

D.A. Vakoch

A taxonomic approach to communicating maxims in interstellar messages

pp.500-511

D.A. Vakoch

Responsibility, capability, and Active SETI: Policy, law, ethics, and communication with extraterrestrial intelligence

pp.512-519

D.A. Vakoch

A narratological approach to interpreting and designing interstellar messages

pp.520-534

Typing logic contents using Lingua Cosmica

pp.535-538

A. Ollongren

Large-size message construction for ETI: Inductive self-interpretation in LINCOS

pp.539-543

A. Ollongren

Recursivity in Lingua Cosmica

pp.544-548

A. Ollongren

Aristotelian syllogisms

pp.549-553

A. Ollongren, Vakoch

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Volume 78, 2012 Acta Astronatica Special issue on searching for life signature Volume 78 pp. 1-126 (September-October 2012) edited by J. Elliott J.R. Elliott

Editorial

Page 1

C. Maccone

Second IAA symposium on searching for life signatures – Opening address

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C. Maccone

Societal Statistics by virtue of the Statistical Drake Equation

pp.3-15

A. Zaitsev

Classification of interstellar radio messages

pp.16-19

J.R. Elliott, S. Baxter

The DISC Quotient

pp.20-25

J.R. Elliott

Constructing the matrix

pp.26-30

S. Baxter, J.R. Elliott

A SETI metapolicy: New directions towards comprehensive policies concerning the detection of extraterrestrial intelligence

pp.31-36

W. Edmondson

The intelligence in ETI – What can we know?

pp.37-42

P. Musso

The problem of actice SETI: An overview

pp.43-54

J.M. Smart

The transcension hypothesis: Sufficiently advanced civilizations invariably leave our universe, and implications for METI and SETI

pp.55-68

A. Penny

Transmitting (and listening) may be good (or bad)

pp.69-71

B.

A comparison between the 19th century early proposals and the 20th–21st centuries realized projects intended to contact other planets

pp.72-79

D.G. Messerschmitt, I.S. Morrison

Design of interstellar digital communication links: Some insights from communication engineering

pp.80-89

I.S. Morrison

Detection of antipodal signalling and its application to wideband SETI

pp.90-98

M. Dominik

Planet populations in the Milky Way and beyond

pp.99-108

F. Raulin Cerceau, Bilodeau

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SETI among galaxies by virtue of black holes

pp.109-120

R.A. Carrigan Jr.

Is interstellar archeology possible?

pp.121-126

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#1, Vol 1, No 1, Jan 1979 Robert S. Dixon and John Kraus Richard Berendzen Giuseppe Cocconi and Philip Morrison Philip Morrison Frank D. Drake S. Jocelyn Bell Burnell Arthur C. Clarke Norman Cousins John Kraus Richard Berendzen Walter Sullivan Sebastian von Hoerner and Mirjana Gearhart Mirjana Gearhart

Editorial: About COSMIC SEARCH and SETI Editorial: Science and The Multitudes Searching For Interstellar Communications Twenty Years After . . . . A Reminiscence of Project Ozma Little Green Men, White Dwarfs or Pulsars? Trouble in Aquila Rendezvous with Infinity ABCs of SETI Time and a Cosmic Perspective What If We Succeed? FORUM: von Hoerner on SETI Off the Shelf

#2, Vol 1, No 2, March 1979 Carl Sagan Don Lago Bernard M. Oliver Gerard K. O’Neill and John Kraus Editors Richard Berendzen Jerome Rothstein John Kraus R. N. Bracewell

The Quest for Extraterrestrial Intelligence Circles of Stone and Circles of Steel Editorial: Let’s Get SETI Through Congress Gerard K. O’Neill on ”Space Colonization and SETI” A Single Vote (An Historical Fable by Sedgewick Seti) The Case for SETI Generalized LIfe ABCs of SETI Man’s Role in the Galaxy 219

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#3, Vol 1, No 3, Summer 1979 Jay M. Pasachoff and Marc L. Kutner Michael A. G. Michaud B. M. Oliver Michael A. Arbib John Kraus Robert S. Dixon John Kraus Jesco von Puttkamer

Neutrinos for Interstellar Communication Extraterrestrial Politics Bio-Cosmology: A New NASA Thrust MINDS AND MILLENIA: THe Psychology of Interstellar Communication We Wait and Wonder Computers and the Garden Path ABCs of Space Extraterrestrial Life: Where is Everybody?

#4, Vol 1, No 4, Fall 1979 John A. Wheeler and Mirjana Gearhart John Kraus C. M. Jansky, Jr. Louis Berman Don Lago Editors John Kraus Jesco von Puttkamer Roy P. Basler

FORUM: John A. Wheeler - From the Big Bang to the Big Crunch Editorial: Grand Designs of the Past, Present and Future My Brother Karl Jansky and his Discovery of Radio Waves from Beyond the Earth What It Was Like Before Ozma A Hymn to LIfe in the Universe CETI Focus of Special Issue ABCs of Space Quest Beyond the Stars: Are We Alone? The Possibilities of SETI from Space

#5, Vol 2, No 1, Winter 1980 Trudy E. Bell Virginia Trimble John Billingham and Robert S. Dixon John Kraus Michael D. Papagiannis John Kraus Hans Freudenthal

The Grand Analogy: History of the Idea of Extraterrestrial Life It’s a Nice Planet to Visit, but I Wouldn’t Want to Live There FORUM: Billingham on NASA and the Exploration of Space A Strange Radiation from Above ”Strategies for the Search for Life in the Universe” - A Joint Session of the International Astronomical Union ABCs of Space Towards a Cosmic Language 220

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#6, Vol 2, No 2, Spring 1980 Bruce E. Fleury George H. Brown John Kraus I. J. (Irving John ”Jack”) Good Jill Tarter Jill Tarter Virginia Trimble G. Harry Stine Don Lago John Kraus Vernon Pankonin

The Aliens In Our Oceans: Dolphins As Analogs Marconi Editorial: Technology and the Future of Our Civilization The Chief Entities Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence Life in the Universe Where Are They? Space Industrialization: Opportunity for Space Science In the Time Machine ABCs of Space Allocating the Radio Spectrum

#7, Vol 2, No 3, Summer 1980 Leonard David Frank D. Drake John Kraus John Kraus John Kraus Marcia S. Smith Nikolai S. Kardashev Joan Lurie

Putting Our Best Signal Forward A Speculation on the Influence of Biological Immortality Australians Promote SETI ABCs of Space Diana Waves Back: The First Moon Bounce Confronting Political Realities – The Federal Funding Process: A SETI Case History Strategies of Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – A Fundamental Approach to the Basic Problem Science Communication in the Mass Media

#8, Vol 2, No 4, Fall 1980 James E. Lovelock Nikolai S. Kardashev

Frank D. Drake Sharon Dunwoody Brian A. Tinsley George D. Gatewood John Kraus John Kraus

The Recognition of Alien Biospheres Strategies of Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence – A Fundamental Approach to the Basic Problem – Part Two, continued from the last issue (No. 7) SETI Why Is Scientific Writing Unintelligible? Technical Development and Colonization as Factors in the LongTerm Variation in Limits to Growth In Search of Planets (The Extrasolar Planetary Foundation Report) People ABCs of Space 221

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#9, Vol 3, No 1, Winter 1981 John D. R. Bahng Isaac Asimov Frank D. Drake Robert H. Rubin Philip E. Barnhart John Kraus John Kraus George D. Gatewood

SETI and the Spectral Clssification of Stars Not as We Know it – The Chemistry of Life In Which Klingons Became Chimeras Universal Chemical Evolution – The Chemistry of Space ETI in the Classroom ABCs of Space People In Search of Planets (The Extrasolar Planetary Foundation Report)

#10, Vol 3, No 2, Spring 1981 Ernst J. Opik Frank D. Drake Earle M. Holland William R. Dodson John Kraus John Kraus George D. Gatewood Robert E. Kuttner William Albert Rhodes Philip H. Abelson

Space Travel and Life Beyond the Earth On Intelligence: A Wave of the Past and Future What Makes Atoms Tick? The Next Best Thing to Being There ABCs of Space People In Search of Planets (The Extrasolar Planetary Foundation Report) The Nature of Extraterrestrial Communication Intra-terrestrial Intelligence Science and Engineering Education

#11, Vol 3, No 3, Summer 1981 William A. Fowler and Robert H. Van Horn Don Lago Ernst J. Opik John Kraus Robert A. Freitas, Jr. John Kraus Richard E. Berendzen

The Age of the Universe – An Interview with William A. Fowler (by Robert H. Van Horn) Toward thse Cosmic Brain Space Travel and Life Beyond the Earth (Part 2) People The Cereal Box Syndrome ABCs of Space Time and a Cosmic Perspective 222

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#12, Vol 3, No 4, Fall 1981 Dorothy D. Wills Frank D. Drake John Kraus Robert H. Van Horn George D. Gatewood Kunitomo Sakurai and David W. Swift John Kraus Robert H. Van Horn Robert S. Dixon John Kraus John Kraus

Martian Safari When the Brightest is the Farthest The First 50 Years of Radio Astronomy, Part 1: Karl Jansky and His Discovery of Radio Waves from Our Galaxy Knowledge is Our Destiny The Extrasolar Planetary Foundation Report SETI in Japan – An Interview with Kunitomo Sakurai (by David W. Swift) People and Places Olber’s Paradox, or Why is the Sky Dark at Night? The SEnTInel (SETI News) A New ”Road Map” of the Heavens – A long awaited publication event ABCs of Space

#13, Vol 4, No 1, 1982 Frank D. Drake Michael A. G. Michaud Frank D. Drake George D. Gatewood Marcia S. Smith John Kraus John Kraus John Kraus David W. Swift Clifford E. Singer John Kraus H. James Birx and Gary R. Clark John Kraus

SETI Tallinn-81 – Communication With Extraterrestrial Intelligence The Last Question Putting the Cosmos on ”Hold” The Extrasolar Planetary Foundation Report, The First Year U.S. Space Policy – The Continuing Controversy The First 50 Years of Radio Astronomy, Part 2: Grote Reber and the First Radio Maps of the Sky Faraday – Maxwell – Jansky (1831-1931) Why Explore? Hail Columbia! Impressions of Voyager 2 and Saturn – A Report When to Look Where ABCs of Space The Cosmic Quest People and Places

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MISCELLANEOUS MEETINGS List of papers presented during miscellaneous meetings, other than those already listed in other chapters.

USRI Helsenski meeting, 1978 International Scientific Radio Union (URSI) Conference on SETI at Helsinki, Finland, August 2, 1978, K. I. Kellerman and N. S. Kardashev, Organizers. list of papers: B.M. Oliver S. Gulkis J. Tarter F. Drake F. Biraud R. Wielebinski and J. Seiradakis M. Morimoto W. Sullivan III S. Gorgolewski B. F. Burke

Review of SETI and Current Ames Proposals The JPL All-Sky Search SETI Observations of 201 Nearby Stars Using a 100,000-channel Spectrum Analyzer SETI Programs at the Arecibo Observatory Wide-Band Signals as Call Signals for Interstellar Communication Observations of Some Nearby Stars for Pulsed Signals Preferred Frequencies for Interstellar Communications Eavesdropping: The Radio Signature of the Earth SETI at Very Low Frequencies A Skeptic’s View

NASA AMES research center conference, Moffett Field, 1979 National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) Ames Research Center Conference on ”Life in the Universe” at Moffett Field, California, June 19 and 20, 1979, John Billingham, NASA Ames, General Chairman. list of papers:

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Alexander Rich James Valentine Dale ussell Bernard Campbell Wallace Tucker Kenneth Towe Sanford Siegel and B. Z. Siegel Owen Lovejoy Kenneth Janes Ronald Bracewell Bernard Oliver Woodruff Sullivan III Robert Edelson John Wolfe Philip Morrison

S.Dumas Organic Chemical Evolution Sulfur: Fountainhead of Life in the Universe The Role of Interfacial Water and Water in Thin Films in the Origin of Life Evolution of the Biosphere The Origin and Evolution of Continents and Oceans Climatological Stability Stellar Influences Planetary Orbits in Multiple Stars Constraints on Early Life by Earth’s Accretional and PreAccretional Development Cosmic Conclusions from Climatic Models: Can They be Justified? Evolution of Oxygen and Ozone in the Earth’s Atmosphere A Review of Prospects forDetecting Other Planetary Systems Detecting Planets in Binary Systems with Single Aperture Interferometry Biogeocosmopoetry: Major Events in the Evolution of Life on Earth and Speculations Regarding their Possible Relevance to Extraterrestrial Evolution The Origins of the Protein Synthetic System The Emergence and Radiation of Multicellular Organisms Speculations on the Evolution of Intelligence in Multicellular Organisms Evolution of Technological Species Astrophysical Crises in the Evolution of Life in the Galaxy Biochemical Keys to the Emergence of Complex Life Gravity, Liquification and Land Plant Evolution: A Study of Chemo-Mechanical Adaptation and Its Concomitants The Evolution of Man and Its Implications for General Principles of the Evolution of Intelligent Life The Identifiability of Suitable Stars Manifestations of Advanced Civilizations Search Strategies The Radio Signature of Earth A Sky and Frequency SETI Survey: Plans, Rationale and Status High Sensitivity Observations Reflections

Where Are They? A Symposium on the Implications of Our Failure to Observe Extraterrestrials, at College Park, Maryland, on November 2 and 3, 1979. Michael H. Hart, Trinity University, Ben Zuckerman, University of Maryland, and Michael D. Papagiannis, Boston University, were the organisers. list of papers: 226

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Michael H. Hart Benjamin Zuckerman Robert Sheaffer Sebastian von Hoerner Ronald Bracewell Freeman Dyson Cliff E. Singer Robert Ettinger James Oberg Eric C. Jones Cyril Ponnamperuma Hubert Yockey P. Edward Argyle Gerald Feinberg and Robert Shapiro Gerrit L. Verschuur Michael Papagiannis Virginia Trimble Shiv S. Kumar Pat Harrington Michael H. Hart

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Introduction: Where Is Everybody? The Search for Radio Signals from Extraterrestrial Civilizations Shortcomings in the Hypothesis that the Earth Is Being Visited by Extraterrestrials The Unlikelihood, If N is Large, That No Race Will Explore and Colonize Preemption of the Galaxy by the First Advanced Civilization Spaceships and Propulsion Techniques O’Neill Colonies in Space Possible Techniques for Freezing Space Voyagers Planetary Engineering An Estimate of the Time Needed to Colonize the Galaxy Pre-biotic Chemical Evolution A Calculation, Using Information Theory, of the Probability of Spontaneous Biogenesis Chance and Origin of Life Possible Forms of Life in Environments Very Different from the Earth Cosmic Hazards to Planetary Life Colonies in the Asteroid Belt, and a Missing Term in the DrakeSagan Equation The Age of the Galactic Disk The Relative Frequency of Single and Multiple Stars The Frequency of Planetary Systems in Our Galaxy Atmospheric Evolution, and an Analysis of the Drake-Sagan Formula

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