SETI@home is in hibernation.

We are no longer distributing tasks. The SETI@home message boards will continue to operate, and we'll continue working on the back-end data analysis. Maybe we'll even find ET!

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News

Nebula-related news
Read the latest installment of the Nebula blog: Observations on observation.
8 Jun 2020, 3:24:06 UTC · Discuss


External design review
We met with a group of outside experts to review some of our back-end algorithms. It was a productive meeting.
22 May 2020, 5:03:17 UTC · Discuss


Nebula progress and non-progress
The last data has been sent out, but our work on Nebula - the final phase of data analysis - is picking up steam. However, not all ideas are good ideas. Read about Multiplet scoring: back to the drawing board.
26 Apr 2020, 3:58:12 UTC · Discuss


Final data is in the splitter queue.
As promised, we've stopped the process that puts new data into the queue today. Data distribution will continue until the files shown on the status pages are done. We'll be accepting results and resending results that didn't validate for a while.
31 Mar 2020, 16:23:54 UTC · Discuss


Jim_S has passed away.
We are saddened to report that former moderator and long-term friend of SETI@home Jim Scott passed away unexpectedly this morning. Angela has started a thread where people can post their memories of Jim and offer condolences.
29 Mar 2020, 1:58:47 UTC · Discuss


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