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SPACE CALL
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July 04, 2003 
Space entrepreneurs plan to beam best wishes on July 4, 2003 to five
sun-like stars, hoping intelligent... 
Washington, United States of America 
BEST WISHES ARE SENT INTO SPACE. 
Space entrepreneurs plan to beam best wishes on July 4, 2003 to five
sun-like stars, hoping intelligent beings will get the message. The
broadcast to the stars will emanate from a 230-foot (70 metre) wide
dish at the Evpatoriya Radio Astronomy Facility in Ukraine. Mission
control is at Roswell, New Mexico, where some believe an alien
spaceship came to Earth 56 years ago this week. This specially-designed
message uses a mathematical language to convey information about Earth
and humanity to any extraterrestrial that may intercept Cosmic Call
2003. The language is based upon research by SETI scientists dating
back to the early 1960s. The message was created by Yvan Dutil and
Stephane Dumas. REUTERS/Handout

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