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The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum
Editor(s): Stuart A. Kingsley

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Volume Number: 1867
Date Published: 6 August 1993

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Let there be light!
Author(s): Arthur C. Clarke
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The NASA search for evidence of technological civilizations in space: project HRMS
Author(s): David H. Brocker; Peter R. Backus
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Strategies for SETI target selection
Author(s): David W. Latham; David R. Soderblom
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SETI--a waste of time!
Author(s): Frank J. Tipler
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Why Von Neumann interstellar probes could not exist: nonoptical reflections on modern analytic philosophy, bad arguments, and unutilised data.
Author(s): Clive Goodall
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The decoding problem: do we need to search for extra terrestrial intelligence in order to search for extraterrestrial intelligence?
Author(s): Neil W. Tennant
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Fundamental factors affecting the optimum frequency range for SETI
Author(s): Bernard M. Oliver
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The search for extraterrestrial intelligence (SETI) in the optical spectrum: a review
Author(s): Stuart A. Kingsley
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An economic rationale for extraterrestrials using lasers for SETI
Author(s): Monte Ross
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Infrared SETI
Author(s): Charles H. Townes
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Superior utility of lasers for interstellar beacons, communications, and travel
Author(s): John D. G. Rather
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Radio and optical SETI from the southern hemisphere
Author(s): Guillermo A. Lemarchand; Gregory M. Beskin; Fernando Raul Colomb; Mariano Mendez
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Application of one measure of search merit to optical SETI
Author(s): D. Kent Cullers
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Large M-ary pulse position modulation and photon buckets for effective interstellar communications
Author(s): Monte Ross
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Amateur optical SETI
Author(s): Stuart A. Kingsley
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Recent progress in deep-space optical communications
Author(s): James R. Lesh
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