SETI, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, is a program founded by Francis Drake and Carl Sagan. The project uses radio astronomy and cutting edge technology in an attempt to detect beings from other worlds.
Wednesday, October 30, the physics department at ERAU Prescott will be hosting a speech by a SETI scientist on the state of the program and its progress in the search for interplanetary life. The public is invited to listen and ask questions.
The event will be held in the Davis Learning Center auditorium. The DLC is to the North of the library, near the front of campus. Meet Karin on the stairs outside the entrance.