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Happy Birthday, SETI@home

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Happy Birthday, SETI@home

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Happy Birthday, SETI@home

Happy Birthday, SETI@home

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Ten years ago, Dan Werthimer of the University of California at Berkeley helped launch a project that would let people donate processing time on their personal computers to help scientists hunt for signals from outer space. Werthimer speaks with Ira Flatow about the project.

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