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We are moving our Dwingeloo Test Station for LOFAR2.0 for the next series of tests, as part of a big #LOFAR upgrade, which will enable it to collect even more data and increase its accuracy. @RTVDrenthe visited us to take a look themselves.
https://www.rtvdrenthe.nl/nieuws/15009161/nieuwe-lofar-kan-hele-jaar-door-naar-de-sterren-kijken

2 days ago, the Sun emitted a strong solar flare, which might reach Earth today. Last August, @mabrentjens, radio astronomer at ASTRON, explained what effects these solar flares can have on our technologies.
(image credit: NASA/SDO)
https://nos.nl/artikel/2441058-vandaag-kans-op-verstoorde-navigatie-en-communicatiemiddelen-door-geomagnetische-stormen

The upgrade of our #LOFAR telescope is featured in @SKAO's Contact magazine! We are currently working on a major upgrade towards LOFAR2.0, which will give us more data, more accuracy, and simultaneous usage of our LBA and HBA antennas.
https://issuu.com/ska_telescope/docs/contact_-_issue_11

Over 70 students from all over the world participated in the 9th European Radio Interferometry School (#ERIS2022) - hosted by @jivevlbi and ASTRON & funded by the #H2020 @ORP_Astro - in Dwingeloo (the Netherlands) on 19-23 September 2022 @RadioNet_EU

https://www.astron.nl/eris-2022-school-inspires-next-generation-of-radio-astronomers/

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