10 years of LOFAR highlights: Infographic - Interference detection and Dysco

This infographic explains how LOFAR treats data collected by its stations.

Published by the editorial team, 2 June 2020

Infographic

Infographic

On 12 June 2020, LOFAR celebrates its tenth anniversary. The radio telescope is the world’s largest low frequency instrument and is one of the pathfinders of the Square Kilometre Array (SKA), which is currently being developed. Throughout its ten years of operation, LOFAR has made some amazing discoveries. It has been a key part of groundbreaking research, both in astronomy and engineering. Here we feature some – but definitely not all – of these past highlights, with surely more to come in the future.

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