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Project Phoenix, run by the SETI Institute, doesn't scan the whole sky. Rather, it scrutinizes the vicinities of nearby, sun-like stars. Such stars are most likely to host long-lived planets capable of supporting life. There are about one thousand stars targeted for observation by Project Phoenix. All are within 200 light-years distance.

SERENDIP
(Search for Extraterrestrial Radio Emissions from Nearby Developed Intelligent Populations) is an ongoing scientific research effort aimed at detecting radio signals from extraterrestrial civilizations. The project is the world's only "piggyback" SETI system, operating alongside simultaneously conducted conventional radio astronomy observations. This project is run out of the UC Berkeley by Dan Werthimer.

Southern SERENDIP
 is the only professional SETI experiment in Australia. It piggybacks onto normal radio astronomy observations at CSIRO's 64 meter Parkes radio telescope, the largest radio astronomy telescope in the Southern Hemisphere.


The SETI League is an international grass-roots organization dedicated to privatizing the electromagnetic Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence. If you want to build a SETI search station in your backyard, this is the place to start.

BETA
(Billion channel ExtraTerrestrial Assay) is a project run by Harvard. The
radio telescope in Harvard, Massachusetts, toppled in a severe wind storm during the week of March 22, 1999 and was significantly damaged. It remains to be seen whether funds can be raised to repair it and get this project back online. 

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