Tom Pierson, SETI’s CEO, told AOL that the institute’s goal is to raise $200,000 from the public, and combine that amount with funds that have already been raised. This level of public support would enable SETI to resume operations, which includes utilizing their array of radio telescopes to listen for signals from extraterrestrials.
According to Pierson, the Allen Telescope Array costs $2,500,000 a year to operate.
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