Open Dag: 2 oktober/Open Day: October 2nd

Open Dag: 2 oktober/Open Day: October 2nd

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Bezoek ons tijdens onze open dag op 2 oktober

Wij zijn gemakkelijk bereikbaar met de (elektrische) fiets. Kom je met de auto? Deze kunt je parkeren op het veld aan de Oude Hoogeveensedijk/Bosrand. Onze shuttlebus brengt je vervolgens gratis naar ons toe.

Tijdens de open dag leer je van alles over radiosterrenkunde. Zo kun je meedoen met het zwarte-gat-experiment, kun je een echte radiotelescoop bezoeken en mag je je eigen pulsar (het restant van een geëxplodeerde ster) knutselen. Of volg een van onze rondleidingen. We bieden leuke en spannende activiteiten aan voor jong en oud.

Onze deuren zijn van 12.00 uur tot 16.00 uur geopend.

Hopelijk tot 2 oktober!

Open Dag 2022

 

Visit us on our open day on October 2nd

You can easily reach us by (electric) bycicle. Are you coming by car? Then you can park it on the field at the crossroads of Oude Hoogeveensedijk and Bosrand. Our shuttle bus will then take you to us for free.

During the open day, you will learn all sorts of things about radio astronomy. For example, you can join in our black hole experiment, you can visit a real radio telescope, and you can build your own pulsar (the remnant of an exploded star). Or you can join one of our tours. We offer all kinds of fun and exciting activities for young and old.

Our doors are open from 12 PM until 4 PM.

We hope to see you there on October 2nd!

Date

Oct 02 2022

Time

12:00 - 16:00
ASTRON

Location

ASTRON
Oude Hoogeveensedijk 4, Dwingeloo

Latest tweets

Gigantic radio sources up to ten million light years in size discovered in the universe using the LOFAR radio telescope. Read more about this exciting result on the website of @HambObs https://www.qu.uni-hamburg.de/activities/news/29-09-22-megahalos-nature.html

Gigantic radio sources up to ten million light years in size discovered in the universe using the @LOFAR radio telescope. Read more about this exciting result on the website of @HambObs https://www.qu.uni-hamburg.de/activities/news/29-09-22-megahalos-nature.html

Many of ASTRON's scientific discoveries were made with the Dwingeloo radio telescope. To tell you a bit more about this, we have published the second video in our virtual tour.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UBUp9IMgo6c

Daily image of the week. To enrich the exhibition of Nebra sky disc at the @DrentsMuseum, ASTRON hosted a stand outside, demonstrating how we explore the universe nowadays, compared to how people did this 3,500 years ago (when the Nebra disc was made).
https://www.astron.nl/dailyimage/main.php?date=20220812

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