From: Sean Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Feb 13 2002 - 13:32:28 MST
I don't know if the link below inspired Mike's question, but I provide
it here for synchronicity's sake, given that the former arrived just a
couple of posts after the latter at my end.
* Our Solar System as Seen by Alien Astronomers
"If alien astronomers from a nearby star system pointed their version
of the Hubble Space Telescope at Earth, astronomer Markus Landgraf
believes they would not see our planet but they would find hints of
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mike Lorrey" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2002 2:36 AM
Subject: ET: Is human produced space dust different?
> This is directed primarily at our resident dust bunny, Amara Graps,
> anyone is free to comment, of course.
> Question: Given that Hubble can view the dust disks around other
> systems, and do spectral analyses of same, would it be possible to
> detect alien technological civilizations by differences in natural
> artificially produced space dust in such star systems? If someone in
> another star system looked at our solar system with their own Hubble
> type telescope, could they detect our presence by human produced
> Mike Lorrey
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