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A hundred stars have disappeared—and researchers aren’t ruling out aliens
The night sky is changing, and we can’t figure out why.
In the hunt for aliens, satellites may light the way
If aliens love satellites as much as we do, we might be able to spot them
Franck Marchis is connecting amateur astronomers to extraterrestrial researchers
"Seeing color in a nebula from a garden in San Francisco? That's pretty cool."
Our first contact with aliens might be with their robots
Cyborgs, and interstellar probes, and AI.
How Jill Tarter helped bring SETI’s alien-seeking Allen Telescope Array to life
Excerpt: Making Contact
World’s Biggest Radio Telescope Joins The Search For Alien Life
China's 'FAST' telescope lends an ear to Yuri Milner's Breakthrough Listen project
‘Future First’: Where Are All The Aliens?
Why haven't we seen signs of complex extraterrestrial life?
That Signal Wasn’t Aliens — It Was Coming From Earth
They're already here
A Strong Signal From A Neighboring Solar System Has E.T. Seekers Speculating
Could this transmission come from intelligent life?
Could Vanishing Stars Be A Clue To Alien Life?
Twinkle, twinkle, little star, how I wonder where you went