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1 Books, Articles etc. BOOKS, BOOK TRANSLATIONS & BOOK CONTRIBUTIONS 10. Christensen, L.L.: IAU's Communication Strategy, Hands-on Science Communication & the Communication of the Planet Definition Discussion, in Proceedings from IAU General Assembly 2006 Special Session 2, ed. J. Pasachoff & R. M. Ros, IAU Christensen, L.L.: The Hands-on Guide for Science Communicators, (Springer 2006) 8. Christensen, L.L. & Fosbury, B.: Hubble 15 Years of Discovery (Springer, 2006, also in Finnish, German, Portuguese) Cover of the web book The Hands-on Guide for Science Communicators, Robson, I. & Christensen, L.L., (Eds.), Proceedings from Communicating Astronomy with the Public Christensen, L.L.: Practical Popular Communication of Astronomy, pp in Organizations and Strategies in Astronomy -- Vol. 4, ed. André Heck, Translation of Burnham, R. et al., 1997, The Nature Company Guides Advanced Skywatching (Gyldendals Store Himmelguide, Gyldendal 2000) + 2. edition Translation of Burroughs, W. J. et al. 1996, The Nature Company Guides Weather (Gyldendals bog om Vejret, Gyldendal 1999), + 2. edition 2002 Gyldendals Store Bog om Vejret, Gyldendal Translation of Cornelius, G., 1997, The Starlore Handbook (Håndbog til Himlens Stjerner, Høst & Søn 1998) 2. Christensen, L.L. et al., Lysfænomener i Naturen Om lys og farver nat og dag, Høst & Søn, Translation of Ford, H., 1998, The Young Astronomer (Stjernekigger, Høst & Søn 1998) The book Lysfænomener i Naturen, The press wrote Excellent book, og This book should be available on every school. Gyldendals Store Himmelguide. The critics wrote Now it is - to put credit where it is due - originally an English production which has been adapted to Danish, but it is bloody well done!, Politiken

2 ARTICLES POPULAR SCIENCE 38. Hurt, R., Christensen, L.L., From astronomical data to art, Astronomy magazine, January Christensen, L.L., Boganmeldelse af: Hawkings Uendelige Univers, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, Christensen, L.L., På billedjagt med egen computer, Aktuel Astronomi Christensen, L.L., Hubble fejrer fødselsdag, Aktuel Astronomi Article in Politiken Christensen, L.L., Himlen Netop Nu, Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., Supernova skabte Solsystemet, Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., Himlen Netop Nu, Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., Himlen Netop Nu, Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., XMM opdager røntgenekko, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 03/ Christensen, L.L., Nærbillede af kometkerne, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 02/ 2004 Article in Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., Exoplaneter i vælten, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 01/ Christensen, L.L., Voyager 2 mod Solsystemets afslutning, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, December Christensen, L.L., Mod Solsystemets Yderste Graense, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 05/ Christensen, L.L., Fokus på Solen, Morgenavisen Jyllandsposten, Sunday 4 May 2003 Article in Politiken Christensen, L.L., Hidtil dybeste kig ud i Universet, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 03/ Christensen, L.L., Danske Forskere med eksplosiv opdagelse, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 03/ Christensen, L.L., Første detaljerede billede af et solsystem under dannelse, Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., Ringenes Herre, Illustreret Videnskab, Christensen, L.L., Sommerfugle i Rummet, Aktuel Astronomi, 01/ Christensen, L.L., Åbenhed er en nødvendighed!, Hovedområdet, 01/ Christensen, L.L., Big Bang Kortlagt, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 01/2003 2

3 17. Christensen, L.L., Rekordskarpe billeder af Solen, Aktuel Naturvidenskab, 01/ Benvenuti, P. & Christensen, L.L., The Hubble Space Telescope - 10 Years On, ESA Bulletin 104, November Christensen, L.L., Hubble: The Next Generation, Astronomy Now, Feb Christensen, L.L., Nej, vi fandt ikke meteoritten, men..., Politiken, Christensen, L.L., Flyttedag til ny isørken, Politiken, Christensen, L.L., Højt humør i snesumpen, Politiken, Christensen, L.L., Jagt på meteorit i gang, Politiken, Christensen, L.L., Ekspedition skal finde rester af meteorit, Politiken, Christensen, L.L., diverse Nyheder, Aktuel Astronomi Pedersen, E. & Christensen, L.L., 1998, Jagten på Meteoret, Illustreret Videnskab #14, Christensen, L.L. & Rögnvaldsson, Ö. E., 1997, Universet i en Computer, Aktuel Astronomi, Vinter Om astronomi, i Studier på Naturvidenskab, KU, Christensen, L.L., Hermit, S., 1997, Hipparcos - En lille satellit med store ambitioner, Aktuel Astronomi, Vinter Christensen, L.L., 1996, Universets Største Strukturer, Aktuel Astronomi, Efterår Christensen, L.L. & Linden, M.J.D., 1993, Sorte Huller - Teoretikernes fantasifostre?, Aktuel Astronomi, vinter Christensen, L.L. & Linden, M.J.D., 1993, Gravitationelle Linser - kosmiske fatamorganaer, Aktuel Astronomi, forår Christensen, L.L. & Linden, M.J.D., 1993, CCD-revolutionen, Aktuel Astronomi, sommer

4 SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS SCIENCE COMMUNICATION & EDUCATION 35. Christensen, L.L., Communication of the Pluto Affair, ST-ECF Newsletter 41, December Christensen, L.L., The International Year of Astronomy 2009, ST-ECF Newsletter 41, December Christensen, L.L., Crabtree, D.R. & Robson, I., Division XII Working Group on Communicating Astronomy with the Public in REPORTS ON ASTRONOMY , IAU Transactions XXVIA, O. Engvold (ed.), International Astronomical Union, Hurt, R., Christensen, L.L.,From astronomical data to art, Astronomy magazine, January Zoulias, M, Christensen, L.L., Kornmesser, M., The ESA Hubble 15th Anniversary Campaign, conference proceedings from the 7th Hellenic Astronomical Conference, 2006 A National Strategy for Astronomy- og Space Communication 30. Zoulias, M, Christensen, L.L., Kornmesser, M., Hubble s 15 years anniversary, poster at the 7th Hellenic Astronomical Conference, Christensen, L.L., Progress of the Virtual Repository, in Proceedings from the ESO/ESA/IAU Conference June 2005, eds. I. Robson & L. L. Christensen 28. Christensen, L.L., Moving the pretty pictures into the 21st century, in Proceedings from the ESO/ESA/IAU Conference June 2005, eds. I. Robson & L. L. Christensen 27. Christensen, L.L., Nielsen, L.H, Nielsen, K.K & Johansen, T., The ESA/ ESO/NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator Version 2, in Proceedings from the ESO/ ESA/IAU Conference June 2005, eds. I. Robson & L. L. Christensen 26. Christensen, L.L & Kornmesser, M., The ESA Hubble 15th Anniversary Campaign in Proceedings from the ESO/ESA/IAU Conference June 2005, eds. I. Robson & L. L. Christensen Selected Topics from Science Communication, poster 25. Robson, I. & Christensen L.L., Report on the ESO-ESA-IAU Conference Communicating Astronomy with the public 2005, ESO Messenger 121, Hurt, R. & Christensen, L.L., FITS Liberator v.2 Users Guide, Christensen, L.L., Hubble s 15th Anniversary Facts about the ESA Project, ST-ECF Newsletter 38, July Christensen, L.L., A framework for a Virtual repository of Outreach Products, ST-ECF Newsletter 37, October Christensen, L.L., The ESA/ESO/NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator, ST-ECF Newsletter 37, October 2004 How to Get to Barcelona, poster 4

5 20. Christensen, L.L., Latest from ESA/Hubble outreach and education, proceedings from the GHOU Conference Skt. Petersburg, Russia, Christensen, L.L., A framework for a virtual repository of outreach products, proceedings from the GHOU Conference Skt. Petersburg, Russia, Christensen, L.L., A framework for a Virtual repository of Outreach Products poster at the JENAM conference, Grenada, Christensen, L.L., The IAU Working Group Communicating Astronomy with the Public, poster at the JENAM conference, Grenada, Christensen, L.L., The Third Communicating Astronomy Conference, poster at the JENAM conference, Grenada, Christensen, L.L., Selected Topics from Science Communication, poster at the JENAM conference, Grenada, Christensen, L.L. et al., Simplicity on Spacetelescope.org - User s Guide, Christensen, L.L. et al., Simplicity on Spacetelescope.org an innovative web scheme for science communication, ST-ECF Newsletter 36, Spring En National Strategi for Astronomi- og Rumfartsformidling, Astronomisk Udvalgs Underudvalg for Formidling, Christensen, L.L., The Ideal Communication Office, in the proceedings from the Stars of Paper INAF workshop, Bologna, Christensen, L.L., Selected Topics from Science Communication, poster at the COMMUNICATING ASTRONOMY TO THE PUBLIC conference, Washington DC, Christensen, L.L. et al., How to Get to Barcelona, poster at Dansk Astronomi Møde, Nyborg, Christensen, L.L.: Communicating Science: A case study - the Hubble Space Telescope, in the Proceedings from the Global Hands on the Universe conference, Bacher, A, Christensen, L.L: Hands-on wotk with The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series, in the Proceedings from the Global Hands on the Universe conference, Bacher, A. & Christensen, L.L., Schüler in den Fußstapfen der Wissenschaftler, poster at 52. Jahrestagung der ÖPG, Leoben, Austria, Christensen, L.L.: Science Communication the case of the Hubble Space Telescope, ST-ECF Newsletter 31, Summer Christensen, L.L. & Bacher, A., The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series, in ST-ECF Newsletter 30, January 2002, 7 3. Christensen, L.L. & Bacher, A., In the Footsteps of Scientists - ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series, in ESO Messenger No. 107, March 2002, 44f 2. Bacher, A.; Christensen, L.L. : A Taste of Real Astronomy - The 5 ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercises, in The Universe in the Classroom No. 57, Spring Bacher, A. & Christensen, L.L., 2001, The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise

6 SEMI-SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY 3. Olesen, A.V. et al., 2000, De himmelske buer, Aktuel Naturvidenskab # Christensen, L.L. et al., 1998, Nordlys, Kvant # van der Poel, M. et al., 1998, Brydningsfænomener i Jordens Atmosfære, Kvant # SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS PHYSICS & ASTRONOMY 6. Fosbury, R & Christensen, L.L., Hubble s Bequest to Astronomy, ST-ECF Newsletter 41, December Christensen, L.L., What s New, HST, poster at Dansk Astronomi Møde, Nyborg, Rögnvaldsson, Ö. E., et al., 2001, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society 322, s , Depletion of background galaxies owing to the cluster lens CL : U- and R-band observations 3. Christensen, L.L., 1996, Compound Redshift Catalogues and their Application to Redshift Distortions of the Two-Point Correlation Function, Thesis, University of Copenhagen 2. Christensen, L.L., 1996, Mapping the Universe through 3D Visualization of Galaxy Redshifts in the conference proceedings from Mapping, Measuring and Modeling the Universe p Christensen, L.L., Nevalainen, J., 1995, Correlations between Gamma Ray Burst Positions and Multi-wavelength Observations of Various Object Types, proceedings fra Nordic Research Course 10: Observational Methods and Techniques in Space Astrophysics p The cover of Kvant #4, 1998 What s New, HST, poster The book Mapping, Measuring and Modeling the Universe with cover image made by LLC. The thesis Compound Redshift Catalogues and their Application to Redshift Distortions of the Two-Point Correlation Function.

7 Note: a significant part of the publications below has been produced in collaboration with others. My role has often been project manager, but also work as contributor is included. CD-ROMs, DVDs & SOFTWARE 10. The ESA/ESO/NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator v.2.1, plug-in for Photoshop, Hubble - 15 Years of Discovery: Full-length documentary (83 minutes + 60 minutes Bonus), Hubble Planetarium Production Package (distributed by Sky- Skan), The ESA/ESO/NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator v.2, plug-in for Photoshop, The ESA/ESO/NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator, plug-in for Photoshop, Simplicity, an innovative system for producing web sites, Hubbles Pletskud, CD-ROM & Poster for Illustreret Videnskab, Scandinavia, The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series, The Hubble Image Collection v. 3.0, Introduction to the Second Guide Star Catalog (partnership), 2002 See also: and EXHIBITIONS (EXTRACT) 13. Wissenschaftssommer, Munich centre, Science Tunnel, MPG, ESA Gallery, Armagh Planetarium permanent exhibition, Einstein Party, Munich centre, TUMlab, Deutsche Museum, Science Tunnel, MPG, Cover of the CD-ROM The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series. Next Generation Space Telescope exhibition wall 2000.

8 7. Raumfahrt - Traumfahrt, Volkswagen Forum, Berlin, The Hubble Deep Field in 3D, International Astronomical Union General Assembly, Manchester, UK, Next Generation Space Telescope, SPIE Meeting, München Kontrolcentret fremtidens klasseværelse, Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Skagen Odde Naturcenter, (consultancy), Mars Panorama, Tycho Brahe Planetarium, Det Europæiske Sydobservatorium, Tycho Brahe Planetarium, 1996 BROCHURES 18. Hubble - 15 Years of Discovery: An opportunity too good to miss, The ESA/ESO/NASA Photoshop FITS Liberator, International Virtual Observatory Alliance press kit, The ESO/ST-ECF Science Archive Facility v. 2, The Hubble Space Telescope Our European Eye in Space, ST-ECF Connecting Ground- and Space-based Astronomy, 2001 Cover of the brochure The Hubble Space Telescope - Our European Eye in Space, The Infrared Revolution, The ESO/ST-ECF Science Archive Facility, Next Generation Space Telescope, Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre, Years that Changed our Vision, 2000 (English) Ans d observations une vision nouvelle de l univers, 2000 (French) Jahre die unser weltbild verändert haben, 2000 (German) 5. Hubble Servicing Mission 3A, ESA Newspaper, Ørsted - Danmarks første satellit, Første Lys til VLT, Tycho Brahe Planetarium Årsrapport, Beat the Visions, Cover of the brochure The Infrared Revolution, 2001.

9 EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL 12. ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 7: The Distance to M100 as Determined by photometry of Cepheid Variable Stars performed with the EU-HOU SalsaJ software + teacher s guide, ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 6: The Mass of the black hole at the centre of our Milky Way + teacher s guide, ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 5: Exploding stars and the expansion of our Universe+ teacher s guide, Hubble - 15 Years of Discovery: educational material, Fits for education, (http://www.spacetelescope.org/projects/fits_liberator/ fitsforeducation.html) 7. General Introduction to ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series (see also Cover of Exercise 1 in the series of ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercises, ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Toolkits 5. ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 1: Measuring the Distance to SN 1987A - Supernova 1987A+ teacher s guide 4. ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 2: The Distance to M100 as Determined by Cepheid Variable Stars + teacher s guide 3. ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 3: Measurement of the Distance to the Cat s Eye Nebula + teacher s guide 2. ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise 4: Measuring a Globular Cluster s Distance and Age + teacher s guide 1. German, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, French and Italian translations of the the above. WEB-SITES Web site for The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series, ST-ECF new web site: 22. ESLAB 2007: 21. The Virtual Observatory in action: new science, new technology, and next generation facilities, IAU XXVI General Assembly, Special Session 3: /www.ivoa.net/pub/voscienceiauprague/ 20. Innovation in Teaching/Learning Astronomy (SpS2), A Special Session on IAU Support for Astronomy Education, GA 2006: 19. Hubble Shop: Web-site for the company Spacevision, The ESO/ESA/IAU Conference Communicating Astronomy with the Public 2005, 9

10 17. IAU Division XII - Union-Wide Activities, 16. The International Astronomical Union Working Group on Communicating Astronomy with the Public, The Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre, The Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre, hubble.esa.int, Netværk for Naturvidenskabelige Forskningsformidlere, Workshop om naturvidenskabelig forskningsformidling, ~lchriste/workshop/index.html, The ESA/ESO Astronomy Exercise Series, Spacevision, Astrophysical Virtual Observatory, ASTROVIRTEL, Space Telescope European Coordinating Facility, & The Hubble European Space Agency Information Centre, hubble.esa.int, Skolernes Online-observation af Solformørkelsen, SOS 99, Lysfænomener i Naturen, The International Astronomical Union, Tycho Brahe Ekspeditionen 98, Tycho Brahe Planetarium,

11 AUDIOVISUAL SHOWS & VIDEO PRODUCTIONS See examples at 31. New Hubble Servicing Mission to upgrade instruments, 2006 (Video News Release) 30. Hubble Planetarium Production Package (distributed by Sky-Skan), Contributions for Planetarium Hamburg s Hubble Planetarium Show, Hubble - 15 Years of Discovery: Full-length documentary (83 minutes + 60 minutes Bonus), Part of: Mission Saturn Reise zum Herrn der Ringe, planetarium show, Forum am Deutschen Museum, Part of: Hubble's Heritage, (Spitz Immersavision). Louisville Planetarium. 48 seconds 25. Part of: På vej til Mars (the first Danish IMAX-film). Tycho Brahe Planetarium. 80 seconds. 24. Hubble s deepest view ever of the Universe unveils earliest galaxies, 2004 (Video News Release) 23. Mega starbirth cluster is biggest, brightest and hottest ever seen, 2003 (Video News Release) 22. Hubble tracks down a galaxy cluster s dark matter, 2003 (Video News Release) 21. Finding the ashes of the first stars, 2003 (Video News Release) 20. European astronomers observe first evaporating planet, 2003 (Video News Release) 19. Missing Link found between supernovae and black holes, 2002 (Video News Release) 18. Servicing Mission 3B, 2002 (Video News Release) 17. Astrophysical Virtual Observatiory, 2002 (13 min. documentary) 16. Hubble unveils a galaxy in living colour, 2001 (Video News Release) 15. Hubble spies huge clusters of stars formed by ancient encounter, 2001 (Video News Release) 14. At the final exams at Danmarks Designskole 1997, slide show 13. Ambient Laser Trance in The Dome, laser show, Laserpyramide over København, FN summit Copenhagen, laser sculpture, Still from a Video News Release on the Hubble Space Telescope. Press clipping from Liv i Universet, 1991.

12 11. Dust (Wau!) Støv, Performance Theater (technical leader), Hotel Pro Forma, Tripping on the Final Frontier, multimedia event, Den aktuelle Stjernehimmel 1-15, star shows, Løvens Himmelbrøl, star show, Beat the Visions, laser show, Drømmen om Mars, star show, Rundt om Solen, star show, Planeternes Udforskning, star show, Den Lunefulde Måne, star show, Liv i Universet, star show, Store Bjørn og Lille Bjørn, star show, 1990 Press clipping from Tripping on the Final Frontier, multimedia event,

13 NEWSLETTERS 13. ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 41, December ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 40, July ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 39, December ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 38, July ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 37, October ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 36, May ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 35, January ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 34, September ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 33, March ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 32, November ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 31, June ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 30, January ST-ECF Newsletter Issue No 29, July

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