What are the chances we may someday communicate with extraterrestrial beings? Many astronomers believe that somewhere else in the universe intelligent life must exist - life as we know it and life we are not familiar with. That life exists in the incomprehensibly vast reaches of intergalactic space seems inescapable to many astronomers and other scientists. Expressing the feelings of a number of scientists, Dr. Harrison Brown, professor of geology at the California Institute of Technology, told a House Committee on Science and Astronautics several years ago: "I believe, as to the question of extraterrestrial life, that it is one of the most important and exciting problems that confronts us." What are the possibilities that we may soon "listen in" on intelligent radio signals beamed in our direction from a source deep in space?
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