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question Best domain of astronomy to find super-advanced ET
« Thread started on: Jul 31st, 2016, 05:08am »

Hello.


If one’s goal was to contact a technologically superior extraterrestrial being (or a group of beings, or a civilization), which domain(s) of astronomy should one specialize in precisely?


1) Which type of astronomy should one specialize in?
Computational astronomy
Experimental astronomy
Instrumental astronomy
Observational astronomy
Theoretical astronomy


2) Which particular subfield of astronomy should one specialize in?
Archaeoastronomy
Astrobiology
Astrochemistry
Astrometry
Astroparticle physics
Astrophysics
Cosmochemistry
Cosmology
Exoplanetology
Extragalactic astronomy
Galactic astronomy
Orbital mechanics
Physical cosmology
Planetary geology
Planetary science
Solar astronomy
Space exploration
Space physics
Stellar astronomy


3) Which radiation should one observe?
Radio
Infrared
Visible-light
Ultraviolet
X-ray
Gamma-ray
Cosmic rays
Neutrino
Gravitational wave


Note that I said “technologically superior”, so discovering microbial extraterrestrial life doesn’t cut it at all.
Also note that I said “contact”, so discovering a super-advanced extraterrestrial being more than 50 light years away probably doesn’t cut it either because you’ll never be able to “contact” them and get an answer within your lifetime; except if the technologically superior extraterrestrial being knows how to time travel, but since we don’t know if that’s even physically possible it might be a little risky to bet on the feasibility of time travel.


Thanks in advance for your answers.
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