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.
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.