Unformatted text preview: Earth’s orbit. The idea is to pick a targeted area that would be most suitable for the search. The ecliptic band only makes up about 3% of the sky, but if there were indeed potential civilizations nearby they would, in theory, be able to detect the Earth passing in front of the Sun. So, in conclusion the search for E.T. continues, but this time with a lot more technologically advanced gadgets and a more targeted area to look in Johns Hopkins University (2008, June5). Search for ET: New Telescope Array Could Help Detect Possible Signals From Advanced Civilizations. ScienceDaily . Retrieved June 5, 2008 from http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2008/06/080604114644.htm...
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