Green Bank Telescope Searches for Life in Outer Space

October 22, 2015 10:23 AM
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Is there life anywhere besides on Earth? Scientists are making every effort to find an answer to that question. And one tool they're using is one of the most technologically-advanced radio telescopes in the world -- the Green Bank Telescope. The telescope has recently been selected by the "Breakthrough Listen Initiative," which aims to advance the mission of finding intelligent life in outer space. VOA's Enming Liu and Yiyi Yang have the story. Lin Yang Narrates.