SETI Institute Shuts Down Alien Search Antenna Array
Due to funding cuts from the National Science Foundation and the State of California the SETI Institute has shut down its 42 antenna Hat Creek array. The shortfall amounts to $5 million needed to maintain daily operations over the next two years.
SETI will continue its home based spectrum analysis of Arecibo recordings.
It appears aliens will be safe from detection until more money is found.