According to the reasoning presented in the text, what would be the best strategy for searching for the presence of other technological civilizations using radio detection?

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    Search for planets in binary-star systems and listen in the wavelength region near 100 microns.
     Target all the O- and B-type stars and listen in the frequency range near 300 gigahertz.
     Target all K-, G-, and F-type stars that can be identified in our vicinity and listen in the frequency range near roughly 1 gigahertz.
     Target all G-type stars within 10 light-years and listen in the 100-megahertz frequency range used by many radio stations on Earth.
     Broadcast a specific invitation to other civilizations to visit us, using a variety of radio wavelengths.
asked Sep 20, 2012 in Astronomy by anonymous
    

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Target all K-, G-, and F-type stars that can be identified in our vicinity and listen in the frequency range near roughly 1 gigahertz.
answered Sep 22, 2012 by SkyStar ~Expert~ (2,855 points)



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