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It's a fundamental question, which has haunted humankind since first we realized that the points of light in the night sky are other suns. Today we have the technology to seek a definitive answer! The SETI League, Inc. is participatory science. Founded in 1994, we are the international grass-roots organization dedicated to privatizing the electromagnetic Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence. Together, fifteen hundred members in five dozen countries on all seven continents are keeping alive the quest for our cosmic companions.
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The SETI League is saddened to report the death of our dear colleague Alexander L. Zaitsev on 29 November 2021, at the age of 76. Dr. Zaitsev had served as Chief Scientist of the Institute of Radio Engineering, Russian Academy of Sciences. A longtime SETI League member, Sasha was our Regional Coordinator for Russia, recipient of the 2013 Orville N. Greene Service Award, a strong proponent of METI (Messaging to ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence) science, and conducted numerous transmissions to the stars from the Evpatoria Radio Telescope in Ukraine. This 2004 photo shows him with our Executive Director at the European Radio Astronomy Club's Mannheim Radio Observatory.
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