SETI Shuts Down Search for Alien Life Due to Lack of Funding

Tagged: SETI, Technology
Source: mashable.com - Read the full article
Posted: 3 years 18 weeks ago

"The SETI institute has hibernated its Allen Telescope Array, which scans the sky for clues on extraterrestrial life, due to lack of funding. The telescope array, which consists of 42 20-foot-wide telescopes spread across a field 300 miles north of San Francisco, was originally funded largely by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who donated $25 million to the project. However, state budget cuts have all but halted the project, which will for the time being be unavailable for normal use and run by a significantly reduced staff."

 

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Sorry aliens, we have deficits right now
Alien: who is deficit? is that a threat? we declare war now

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