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"The Drake Equation is a probabilistic argument used to estimate the number of active, communicative extraterrestrial civilizations in the Milky Way galaxy."

Intelligent Life: Apply Elsewhere

"The Drake Equation is a probabilistic argument used to estimate the number of active, communicative extraterrestrial civilizations in the Milky Way galaxy."

On behalf of the entire SETI Institute, we wish one and all a safe and happy holidays and a joyous new year, full of wonder and exploration! -- Bill Diamond, President and CEO (Image credit: Danielle Futselaar)

On behalf of the entire SETI Institute, we wish one and all a safe and happy holidays and a joyous new year, full of wonder and exploration! -- Bill Diamond, President and CEO (Image credit: Danielle Futselaar)

Frank Drake with cosmic equation to gauge the presence of intelligent life in the cosmos. The Drake Equation identifies specific factors believed to play a role in the development of civilizations in our galaxy.<br />

Frank Drake with cosmic equation to gauge the presence of intelligent life in the cosmos. The Drake Equation identifies specific factors believed to play a role in the development of civilizations in our galaxy.<br />

Carl Sagan discusses the Drake Equation, which essentially says that there is a very good chance of life on other planets...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlikCebQSlY

Carl Sagan discusses the Drake Equation, which essentially says that there is a very good chance of life on other planets...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MlikCebQSlY

The Drake equation, formulated in 1961, estimates the number of alien civilizations we could detect. Recent discoveries of ­numerous planets in the Milky Way have raised the odds.

The Drake equation, formulated in 1961, estimates the number of alien civilizations we could detect. Recent discoveries of ­numerous planets in the Milky Way have raised the odds.

SETI uses the Arecibo's 305-meter telescope — the largest in the world — to scan the sky for signals from alien civilizations all year round...

Aliens? Yes Please. UFOs? No Thanks

SETI uses the Arecibo's 305-meter telescope — the largest in the world — to scan the sky for signals from alien civilizations all year round...

Drake Equation: Estimating the Odds of Finding E.T. | Space.com

Drake Equation: Estimating the Odds of Finding E.T. | Space.com

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