Craig Lage

http://cosmo.nyu.edu/lage/

Astrophysics Papers and Presentations:

(6) Lage C. "Constrained Simulation of the Bullet Cluster". New York University PhD dissertation.

(5) Lage C. and Farrar G.R. "The Bullet Cluster is not a Cosmological Anomaly". Submitted for publication in JCAP. Available on the arXiv at http://arxiv.org/abs/1406.6703.

(4) Shimwell et.al. "Deep radio observations of the radio halo of the bullet cluster 1E 0657-55.8". MNRAS, V440, P2901, 2014. Available on the arXiv at http://arxiv.org/abs/1403.2393v1.

(3) Lage, C. and Farrar, G. "Constrained Simulation of the Bullet Cluster". Astrophysical Journal, V787, P144, 2014. Available on the arXiv at http://arxiv.org/abs/1312.0959v1.

(2) Lage, C. and Farrar, G. "Multi-Wavelength Simulation of the Bullet Cluster", presented at the meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Austin, Tx, 2012.

(1) C.S. Lage and W. Whaling, "Transition Probabilities in Pr(II) and the Solar Praseodymium Abundance", Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Vol 16, pp 537-542, 1976.

Multimedia files

Below are a set of movies of the bullet cluster collision. Each movie consists of three panels. The top panel shows the mass distribution, with the log of the baryon mass being shown in color, and the log of the dark matter mas being shown in white contour lines. The separation of the dark matter from the baryons can be clearly seen. The center panel shows the log of the baryon temperature, and the bottom panel shows the log of the magnetic field.

This file, shows a movie of the bullet cluster simulation. This represents the best-case initial conditions.

This file, shows a movie of the bullet cluster simulation, carried several Gigayears (Gy) into the future. It shows the future evolution and coalescence of the two clusters.