Jodie Foster and aliens
Jodie Foster is interested in extraterrestrial life Jodie Foster and aliens
Actress Jodie Foster are among the personalities who made generous donations to keep running program Scientific American search for extraterrestrial life forms with a network of terrestrial telescopes.
SETI Institute Scientists (Search For Extraterrestrial Intelligence) had to stop the 42 Allen Telescope Array telescopes (ATA), which examines the area in search of radio transmissions that might come from extraterrestrial civilizations, because of budget cuts United States of America, informs express.co.uk.
ATA was put into operation recently, thanks to the efforts made by a group of investors who have donated more than $ 200,000 for re-opening of this scientific project in California.
U.S. actress Jodie Foster, who played a SETI researcher from the science fiction film "Contact," released in 1997, was among the personalities who have made donations for this purpose. This group of figures was part of American astronaut William Anders and that was part of the monthly mission "Apollo 8" in 1968.
"It is completely irresponsible that the human race not to look for evidence of the existence of intelligent extraterrestrial life forms," said William Anders.
Jodie Foster is among the best paid actresses in Hollywood. Actress, winner of two Oscars for his roles in "Accused" (1988) and "Silence of the Lambs" (1991), received the amount of $ 16 million for her role in "The Brave One" (2007).
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