SETI@home Searches the Sky

SETI@home Searches the Sky
SETI@home Searches the Sky In what part of our galaxy will we first detect other forms of life? Simple logic dictates that starrier regions will have more planets, thus more possibilities. But who knows? The answer may lie in the wilderness of a nebula. John Gleason captured this image of the Orion nebula in October 1998 from the Sierra Nevada mountains in northern California. ©John Gleason, Celestial Images

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