LOFAR2.0 Newsletter

The LOFAR2.0 Newsletters

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter September 2020

Many of us enjoyed a well-deserved summer leave. I hope you had a good and relaxing time. In the meantime, work on LOFAR2.0 design steadily progressed.

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter December 2020

The year 2020 is already nearing its end. It has been a very different year from what we were used to. Fortunately, we have found new ways to keep in touch and to continue our activities.

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter July 2020

I concluded the previous newsletter by saying that I miss you. Well, I still do! At the same time, I would like to make you a huge compliment on how you managed to adapt to working from home!

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter May 2020

We live in strange times that we never experienced before. Things that were obvious a couple of months ago are now uncertain.

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter March 2020

After a relaxing end of year period, the LOFAR2.0 development is in full swing again. It is fantastic to see the commitment and progress over the breadth of the system.

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter November 2019

As very briefly announced in the previous Newsletter, an important milestone has been passed: Congratulations to the Station and Timing Distributor team for passing the Preliminary Design Review (PDR)!

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter September 2019

LOFAR2.0 is now in full swing: An enormous amount of work has been delivered over the last couple of months. A lot of work went into the preparation of the Station and Timing Distributor (TD) PDR and the LOFAR4SW mid-term review this week.

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter June 2019

Welcome to this new edition of the LOFAR2.0 Newsletter, which aims to inform everybody involved in the development of LOFAR2.0 about what is going on in the Program.

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter April 2019

Welcome to this edition of the LOFAR2.0 Newsletter. A special welcome to the people from INAF who joined the team to work on the Receiver Unit (RCU).

LOFAR2.0 Newsletter December 2018

In the year 2018, we have seen the birth of the LOFAR 2.0 program. Today, the number of activities in the program is still growing and we expect to further ramp-up the efforts significantly in 2019.

Latest tweets

An international team of astronomers has produced a map of the sky at ultra-low radio frequencies using LOFAR, revealing more than 25,000 active supermassive black holes in distant galaxies. http://bit.ly/3awD9Yg

An international team of astronomers has produced a map of the sky at ultra-low radio frequencies using @LOFAR, revealing more than 25,000 active supermassive black holes in distant galaxies. http://bit.ly/3awD9Yg

Happy #WomenInScience day! This is Paula Fusiara, one of our colleagues and a design engineer, whose dream it is to engineer telescopes! 📡🤩 https://youtu.be/MtKMRpVAxYg
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A historical day for radio astronomy today! The SKA Observatory is born! We are so looking forward to this new era in radio astronomy!📡🤩📡🥳 http://bit.ly/3aqWTLC

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