I just logged into the SETI@home project website and had a look to see if anything was happening and I found this:
https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_t ... id=2117753
It's been more than three years since the first post in this thread. Is SETI@Home still considered "in hibernation" ?
When a bear hibernates, it is expected that it will eventually wake up and spring back to life.
Should we expect the same from SETI@Home ? Any positive news on that front ?
https://setiathome.berkeley.edu/forum_t ... id=2117764
So, maybe there is hope that the hibernation might be over at some point?Thanks for a good question.
s@h has a large fantastic userbase of enthusiasm...
There are some reobservations planned on the Chinese FAST...
After that?... Who knows if a new researcher jumps onboard with a new grant?...
Next week? Or next decade?? (Or next never?)
Meanwhile, we have life on the forums still.