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Massive elliptical galaxies : From cores to haloes Lintott, C.J., Ferreras, I. & Lahav, O. Accepted by ApJ, available at astro-ph Determing the cosmic ray ionization rate in dynamically evolving clouds Lintott, C.J. & Rawlings, J.M.C. Accepted by A&A, currently available at astro-ph Hot Cores : Probes of High-Redshift Galaxies?
Lintott, C.J., Viti, S., Williams, D.A.W., Rawlings, J.M.C. and Ferreras, I.
, 2005, MNRAS, 360, 1527 Available at ADS
Extra Data available here.
Molecular Abundance Ratios as an Tracer of Accelerated Collapse
in Regions of High-Mass Star Formation
Lintott, C.J., Viti, S., Rawlings, J.M.C., Williams, D.A., Hartquist, T.W.,
Caselli, P., Zinchenko, I and Myers, P., 2005, ApJ, 620, 795, Available at ADS
Writing and Outreach
BBC Sky at Night where I seem to have found myself co-presenter.
What to make of the review in the Radio Times ("There's something ineffably reassuring about watching boffins talk about space,
and The Sky at Night's Chris Lintott is more watchable - and, indeed, more boffinish - than most.") I have no idea.
Article on connections between Das Rheingold and modern cosmology for the Royal Opera, written with Prof Ian Howarth in PS and PDF formats.
By semi-popular demand, pdf copies of the powerpoints from two popular talks, The First Stars and Cosmology for the Terrified, as presented to Astronomy Ireland. Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics where I found myself editor.