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Thread: SETI forced to shut down search for alien life - For Aliens call back Later!

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    SETI forced to shut down search for alien life - For Aliens call back Later!

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    The SETI Institute is suspending its search for extraterrestrial radio beacons using its most advanced alien signal-seeking tool while it hunts for new sources of funding.

    The privately financed group, based in Mountain View, Calif., has been using an array of radio telescopes at Hat Creek Observatory, about 300 miles north of San Francisco, since October 2007, to study stars for non-naturally occurring radio signals that could indicate the presence of a technologically advanced civilization beyond Earth.

    "...it is as impossible to confirm UFOs in the present as it will be to deny them in the future." ~Dr. Wernher von Braun

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    SETI forced to shut down search for alien life

    Eric W. Dolan
    Raw Story
    April 27, 2011

    The SETI Institute has been forced to temporarily shut down operations at its telescope array due to federal and state funding cutbacks.

    The Allen Telescope Array, composed of dozens of radio dishes 300 miles northeast of San Francisco, was put into a state of hibernation last week. The telescope array is operated by both SETI and the University of California at Berkeley, who have been using the radio dishes to search for signs of extraterrestrial life since 2007.

    SETI chief executive Tom Pierson said the institute was working on numerous efforts to insure the telescope array came back online, including work for the United States Air Force.

    Operating the telescope array costs about $1.5 million a year, according to*The Associated Press.

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