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SETI Returns to Arecibo.
SETI Returns to Arecibo
NASA Denies Performing Experimental "Trysts" in Space
asteroid Impacts Historically Significant?
SETI RETURNS TO ARECIBO OBSERVATORY
The Search for extraterrestrial intelligence returns to the world's
largest radio antenna - the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico.
This three-week visit is the fourth such session for SETI's Project
Phoenix. The first two missions were plagued with glitches and
radio interference, but the last mission was problem free.
NASA DENIES PERFORMING EXPERIMENTAL "TRYSTS" IN SPACE
In his new book, The Final Mission, the French author/astronomer
Pierre Kohler cites 'secret' NASA document No. 12-571-3570,
claiming that in 1996, astronauts performed a series of 10 tests
of sexual positions in weightlessness. NASA maintains that it is
an old urban myth resurfacing, and that the document is fictitious.
ASTEROID IMPACTS HISTORICALLY SIGNIFICANT?
Smaller asteroid disasters, like the Tunguska blast in 1908, may
have had a dramatic effect on human history. Benny Peiser, a social
scientist from Liverpool John Moores University in England, suggests
that extraterrestrial objects could have triggered the death of
civilizations and inspired Apocolyptic religions. Astronomers
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