Eamonn Ansbro (M.Ast., M.Phil, Ph.D) is the Director of Kingsland Observatory and Seti Kingsland here in Ireland, which is involved in Communications with Extra-terrestrial Civilisations. He is an astronomer and member of the UK SETI Research Network. He will be joining us at 7.00 p.m. on Wednesday June 13th in the Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin 2, to talk about his fascinating work. Click here for tickets and further information.
Eamonn’s team have pioneered the world’s first experimental faster-than-light communications system, applying these tools to SETI. They started operations in 2016. The huge number of recent discoveries of habitable planets in our Milky Way galaxy suggests that intelligent civilisations may be common. Eamonn believes that advanced ET civilisations are most likely using faster-than-light communications as a common way of transferring information within the galaxy. The team are optimistic of first contact happening at any time, and therefore the responsibility and ramifications of the outcome are huge. He will be joining us on Wednesday June 13th to discuss this fascinating concept.
To learn more about Eamonn and team’s work, visit setikingsland.org and kingslandobservatory.com.