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A lecture of Forty-five slides on the Drake Equation provides images, pictures, information, and graphs to guide students through the variables involved in the Drake Equation: stellar and planetary formation, ecospheres, the origin of life, the possibility of intelligent life, and the technology that is needed to communicate with other civilizations are included in these slides. The Drake Equation provides an interdisciplinary approach to understanding the possibilities of communicating with intelligent life in the universe. Christopher Churchill, (Penn State U.) 2001
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