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The SETI League remembers cosmonaut Alexei Leonov, who died this week at age 85. Leonov performed the very first Extra-Vehicular Activity (EVA, or "spacewalk") in 1965, and participated with American astronauts in the landmark Apollo-Soyuz Test Project a decade later.
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12 October 2019

Webmaster's note: Our Featured Photo queue is now quite empty. Until such time as our members and readers contribute SETI-relevant photos, there will be no further weekly photo updates. Please submit your photos via email to paul_at_setileague_dot_org.
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5 October 2019

Prof. Shuch's six-year-old grandson (a budding astrobiologist) woke up on a recent morning, and asked "Are you enjoying your life on this Goldilocks planet?"

Webmaster's note: Our Featured Photo queue is now quite empty. Until such time as our members and readers contribute SETI-relevant photos, there will be no further weekly photo updates. Please submit your photos via email to paul_at_setileague_dot_org.

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28 September 2019

This group photo shows the many participants at last year's NASA Technosignatures workshop, held at the Ames Research Center on 27 September 2018.

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21 September 2019

There is no Featured Photo again this week, because our queue is still empty! SETI League members and supporters are encouraged to contribute SETI-relevant photos for posting to this website. If you don't contribute, you will continue to see this space left blank.
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14 September 2019

There is no Featured Photo posted this week, because our queue is empty! SETI League members and supporters are encouraged to contribute SETI-relevant photos for posting to this website. If you don't contribute, you will continue to see this space left blank.
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7 September 2019

There is no Featured Photo posted this week, because our queue is empty! SETI League members and supporters are encouraged to contribute SETI-relevant photos for posting to this website. If you don't contribute, you will continue to see this space left blank.
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31 August 2019

On June 7, 2019, SETI League member David Ocame, WS1ETI, gave a SETI presentation to the St. Petersburg (FL) Radio Club. "I thought it went well," reports Dave. "The audience of about 30 people voiced their interest and asked a lot of good questions. It even generated 2 requests to present to other groups in the area."
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24 August 2019

SETI League executive director H. Paul Shuch performed one of his famous Dr. SETI concerts at the Balticon science fiction convention.
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17 August 2019

The SETI League is saddened to report the death last week of Russian SETI pioneer Dr. Nikolai Kardashev. His obituary appears here.
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10 August 2019

Although he's normally more at home with a guitar, SETI League executive director H. Paul Shuch recently tried his hand at the Theremin. The results, he admits, were less than stellar.
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3 August 2019

SETI League executive director H. Paul Shuch writes:
Three of my favorite authors (Jack Clemons, Chuck Gannon, and Bud Sparhawk) read excerpts from their latest works in a panel at Balticon 53 in May.
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27 July 2019

SETI League executive director emeritus H. Paul Shuch and his stepson Curran Bailey wear matching shirts at one of Paul's recent presentations.
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20 July 2019

Former NASA contract engineer Jack Clemons read excerpts from his memoir "Safely to Earth" at this year's Balticon science fiction convention.
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13 July 2019

At Balticon in May, author, engineer, and rocket scientist Jack Clemons autographed a copy of his book "Safely to Earth" for SETI League executive director H Paul Shuch.
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6 July 2019

(left to right) H. Paul Shuch, Roberta Rogow, Gary Erlich, and TJ Burnside-Clapp sing songs about Mars, at the recent Balticon science fiction convention.
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29 June 2019

SETI League executive director emeritus H. Paul Shuch met up with former NASA contract engineer Jack Clemons, last month in the Balticon green room.
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22 June 2019

Last month at Balticon 53, SETI League executive Director H Paul Shuch congratulated Greg Benford (author, physicist, professor, and longtime friend to SETI science) on receipt of the 2019 Heinlein Award.
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15 June 2019

SETI League members H. Paul Shuch and Brian MacConnell (from Central PA and Northern CA, respectively) happened to meet last month in Baltimore MD. Like electromagnetic signals, SETI scientists refuse to be constrained by geographical barriers.
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8 June 2019

Dr SETI (can you guess which one is he?) and four colleagues discussed "science to tell the future about" last weekend at the Baltimore Science Fiction Society's annual convention.
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1 June 2019

Our Executive Director writes:
While searching around for something else altogether, I stumbled across this long-forgotten photo of my very first radio telescope (circa 1976). It used a 4 foot Prodelin fiberglass dish, and homebrew everything else (including the 3-pound coffee can L-band feed, a design I still use).
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25 May 2019

At The SETI League Annual Meeting last month, The Board of Trustees adopted this budget for our 2019 fiscal year.
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18 May 2019

The SETI League's latest financial report, accepted by the Board of Trustees at our recent Annual Meeting, includes this balance sheet for the 2018 fiscal year.
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11 May 2019

The SETI League congratulates Larry in NV, for achieving first light in March with his hydrogen line radio telescope.
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4 May 2019

(left to right:) Richard WA2IKL, Bill KC2RST, Mark KC2ORE, and Paul N6TX gathered at SETI League headquarters in New Jersey on Sunday, 14 April, for our 2019 Annual Meeting.
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27 April 2019

The SETI League is saddened to report the death on Monday of Owen Garriott, W5LFL, at age 88. Owen was an electrical engineering professor at Stanford, a Skylab and Space Shuttle astronaut, and a lifelong radio amateur. In December 1983, he became the first ham to operate in space. In this early 1984 picture, Owen is exchanging QSL cards with H. Paul Shuch (now SETI League Executive Director Emeritus), following Owen's historic STS-9 mission.
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20 April 2019

This pie chart from The SETI League's latest financial report summarizes our breakdown of expenses for the 2018 fiscal year.
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13 April 2019

This pie chart from The SETI League's latest financial report summarizes our breakdown of revenues for the 2018 fiscal year.
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6 April 2019

Last month in Philadelphia, SETI League member Earl Bennett (KD2CYA) gave a 1-hour SETI presentation, with about 50 college students and adults in attendance. The sponsor for the event was the Phact Forum, a group that believes in scientific methods of analysis and rational thinking.
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30 March 2019

SETI League member Earl Bennett was among the presenters on the "How Does Radio Work?" panel in November, at the Philcon science fiction convention. Here, he makes a point about microwave SETI, by raising a finger to indicate where The Signal will be coming from.
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23 March 2019

At the Philadelphia Science Fiction Society's annual convention in Cherry Hill NJ this past November, executive director H. Paul Shuch and SETI League member Earl Bennett met in their native habitat, surrounded by books.
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16 March 2019

SETI League executive director emeritus H. Paul Shuch found Gerry, K3MKZ, exhibiting the fine microwave gear from his company, SSB Electronic US, at the Packrats VHF conference last October.
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9 March 2019

SETI League executive director emeritus H. Paul Shuch ran into SETI League member Earl Bennett last October, at the Packrats VHF Conference in Bensalem PA.
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2 March 2019

SETI League executive director emeritus H. Paul Shuch auctioned off a signed copy of the Project Cyclops report at the October Packrats VHF Conference in Bensalem PA. The winning bidder was Alex, KR1ST.
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23 February 2019

At the October Packrats VHF Conference in Bensalem PA, astrophysicist Joe Taylor showed that there is little correlation between sunspot activity to Sporadic E radio propagation.
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16 February 2019

Those arriving at the Packrats VHF amateur radio conference last October spotted this contest rover in the parking lot, well equipped with antennas for nearly all the VHF, UHF, and microwave ham bands.
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9 February 2019

Several SETI League members were among the 90+ attendees at the 2018 Mid-Atlantic States VHF Conference in Bensalem PA, hosted by the Mount Airy VHF Club (aka the "Packrats").
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2 February 2019

Last fall, along with her lab partner Gaelen Brown (see last week's Featured Photo), Lycoming College astrophysics student Shannon Coriddi constructed a rudimentary radio telescope, with which she detected hydrogen line emissions from Cas A. Here, Prof. Shuch joins her as she presents a colloquium on the project.
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26 January 2019

Last month, along with her lab partner Gaelen Brown (see last week's Featured Photo), Lycoming College astrophysics student Shannon Coriddi completed construction of a rudimentary radio telescope, with which she detected hydrogen line emissions from Cas A. Here, Prof. Shuch joins her as she presents a colloquium on the project.
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19 January 2019

Last fall, a group of astrophysics students from Lycoming College in Williamsport PA paid a visit to H. Paul Shuch's Project Argus station FN11lh. In addition to being SETI League executive director emeritus, Dr. Shuch is a retired Lycoming Professor of Physics.
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12 January 2019

At a ceremonial dinner last month on the campus of Lycoming College in Williamsport PA, Prof. Dave Fisher (left) inducted SETI League executive director emeritus H. Paul Shuch into membership in Sigma Pi Sigma, the physics honor society. Dr. Shuch is a retired Lycoming Professor of Physics. Shuch asked, "if this is an induction ceremony, where's the big coil?"
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5 January 2019

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