General Science and Philosophy


Analysis of Ground Facilities for Detecting Electromagnetic Signals from Extraterrestrial Civilizations

Authors: Zhi Cheng

This article analyzes the existing facilities for exploring ground radio telescopes for extraterrestrial civilizations. Although many extraterrestrial civilization exploration programs have been implemented, judging from the existing radio telescope facilities, these facilities have not been aligned with the area where advanced extraterrestrial civilizations are located. This is also the reason why nothing has been obtained for a long time in the past. Based on my previous work, this article proposes areas where advanced extraterrestrial civilizations may exist, and points out that according to the current orbital information of the solar system in the Milky Way and the location of the Earth's orbit, the radio telescope installed in the North Pole of the Earth is the best location to receive advanced extraterrestrial civilization signals. Therefore, the Greenland radio telescope on the earth is currently the best choice for receiving advanced extraterrestrial civilization signals. It is suggested that existing extraterrestrial exploration projects such as SETI@home should pool all resources to analyze the data obtained by the Greenland Radio Telescope.

Comments: 10 Pages. 7 Figures. Including Russian abstract

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[v1] 2020-01-10 22:21:40

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