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Message 115582 - Posted 10 Jan 2012 11:45:06 UTC

    Currently doing a Binary Pulsar Search and have noticed that there is an additional object/icon on the screen saver. It is a white/grey disk shaped like a radio telescope. What does that signify? All the other objects are there as normal but would like to know what this designates, as nothing is mentioned about it for the screen saver.

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    Message 115584 - Posted 10 Jan 2012 12:58:10 UTC - in response to Message 115582.

      That should be Arecibo.
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      Message 117038 - Posted 5 May 2012 7:16:21 UTC

        I can't find a download site for the screensaver. Is it available?

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        Message 117039 - Posted 5 May 2012 8:08:08 UTC - in response to Message 117038.

          The executable is in your local E@H data directory.

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