"Know thou that every fixed star hath its own planets,
and every planet its own creatures,
whose number no man can compute."
- Bahá'u'lláh

 

Bahá'í SETI (Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence) is an unofficial affiliation of members of the Bahá'í Faith, their friends and associates (established June 10, 1999).  The Bahá'í SETI workgroup contributes its computer processing power to the SETI@home experiment.  The related Bahá'í SETI email list provides a forum for members of the workgroup and other interested parties.


Statistics as at December 23, 2005:

Bahá'í SETI workgroup members:
195 
Workunits processed:
351,602
Total CPU processing time: 474 years
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Candidate Signals processed by Bahá'í SETI:  1  Details


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"SETI@home is a scientific experiment that uses Internet-connected computers in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)." - SETI@home homepage.  NOTE: In order to participate in the Bahá'í SETI Workgroup you must first go to SETI@home to download and install the client software on your computer.  After doing so, you may join the Bahá'í SETI workgroup by using this link: Join Workgroup.

Please bookmark this site as your portal to the Bahá'í SETI Workgroup, the Bahá'í SETI email list, the SETI@home site and various related resources.

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This page was last updated October 09, 2007