SETI: Checking the Water-Hole

No doubt you've heard about project SETI (the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence). If you're interested in pursuing it further, you can actually learn how to set up your own radio telescope and actively participate in SETI by scanning the range of frequencies from 1420 to 1660 MHz. This is the so-called "Water-Hole" -- the part of the radio spectrum where it is felt that signals from an alien civilization are most likely to be detected. Information on acquiring such equipment and further details are available to members of the SETI League, Box 555, Little Ferry, NJ 07643. Membership costs $50 per year. This is strictly a scientific pursuit -- the SETI League disavows any interest in UFO's. They also have a web site: