LOFAR (Low Frequency Array) is currently the largest radio telescope operating at the lowest frequencies that can be observed from Earth.
The Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WSRT) is a powerful radio telescope that uses a technique called "aperture synthesis" to generate radio images of the sky.
The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) will be the largest radio telescope every built. It is being constructed in two parts: the higher frequency array in the Karoo desert of South Africa and the lower frequency array in the western Australian desert.
Topics: Pulsar, Fast Radio Bursts, Nanohertz gravitational waves, relativistic explosions.
Topics: Galaxy clusters, test of dark matter, gravitational lensing, cosmic dawn, epoch of reionization
Topics: Cold gas around AGN, AGN feedback and life cycles, AGN at high-resolution, AGN as probes of interstellar plasma
Topics: Solar physics, solar wind and interplanetary magnetic field, Earth's ionosphere, stellar corona and mass ejections, exoplanets and brown dwarfs
Topics: Neutral hydrogen in local galaxies and dwarf galaxies, star formation and AGN activity at high redshift
Scientific publications of ASTRON astronomers from the current year back to 2008.
Please find the LOFAR2.0 newsletters here: https://www.astron.nl/lofar2-0-newsletter/