Here you find a selection of movies to tell you more about us.

Who we are and what we do

 

 

When did the lights go on in the Universe?

 

 

LOFAR, the Low Frequency Array

What is beam forming and how does it work?

 

 

Einstein’s theory still passes the test: weak and strong gravity objects fall the same way

 

 

How astronomers can study dark matter in the Universe by using galaxies as a lens

 

 

The history of the Universe in the blink of an eye

The history of our Universe is written in the skies. Radio astronomers can detect ancient signals from the dawn of time as well as light from our nearest neighbours. Separating out these layers of time and space allows them to reconstruct the evolution of the Universe. This film reveals how thirteen billion years of history can be captured in a single moment. Copyright: Nature

LOFAR 10 years old

Latest tweets

We've made a new video of our walking route the #Melkwegpad.
https://youtu.be/UBBH7rUJOk8 via @YouTube

Daily image of the week: DR1. The Apertif imaging team has released science data from the first year of science operations of WSRT-Apertif, which can now be accessed by the scientific community.
https://bit.ly/370W3Uf
#radioastronomy #DR1

In about half an hour, at 12.15, ASTRON researcher @AJBoonstra will be live in the Dutch radio programme 'Zoek het uit!' on @RTVDrenthe to answer some questions about the Westerbork synthesis radio telescope. You can tune in here: https://www.rtvdrenthe.nl/radio
#WSRT #radioastronomy

The latest Humans of ASTRON features Harish Vedantham, who was recently involved in the radio detection of a brown dwarf.
#humansofastron #radioastronomy #Elegast
https://bit.ly/2IPBguJ

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