Below you will find all the radio photos that are made with the LOFAR telescope.

Published by the editorial team, 20 March 2015

Observations have finished now. Time to have a detailed look at the data.   

12:30 Dat was't dan! Ik zie de maan niet meer...    

12:20     Ik denk dat het er voor ons ook zo'n beetje op zit.

12:10     bijna klaar nu!

12:00 en de maan verduistert in de radiobeelden *nog steeds* de zon!   

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11:00    duidelijk over de helft nu. Clearly past halfway.

 

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09:40    lekker onderweg.

 

09:25  has had first contact! Eerste contact  duidelijk te zien  

 

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08:55  beeld van  

 

08:40  ziet nog niets bijzonders. De wazige structuur van de zon is de corona   / LOFAR isn't seeing anything special yet. The hazy structure of the sun is the corona

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