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What we look forward to in LOFAR 2.0: Searching for extreme pulsars
By Cees Bassa
10 years of LOFAR highlights: The use of GPS receivers and rubidium modules to sync the stations
By André Gunst
Happy birthday to LOFAR!
Today LOFAR celebrates its tenth anniversary.
10 years of LOFAR highlights: A LOFAR View of the Turbulent Ionosphere
By Richard Fallows
10 years of LOFAR highlights: Infographic - Off the shelf GPU's
This infographic explains how LOFAR utilizes off the shelf GPU's to create detailed image from data streams of radio waves.
10 years of LOFAR highlights: A large light-mass component of cosmic rays at 10^17-10^17.5 eV from radio observations
By Sander ter Veen
10 years of LOFAR highlights: A complete image of the visible sky every second
The behaviour of black holes and neutron stars can expose some of the most extreme tests of physical law.
10 years of LOFAR highlights: The LOFAR Two-metre Sky Survey
A detailed radio image of the entire northern sky in the frequency range of 120-168 MHz.
10 years of LOFAR highlights: Improved upper limits on the 21 cm signal power spectrum of neutral hydrogen at z ≈ 9.1 from LOFAR
By André Offringa
Announcement: WSRT-Apertif Surveys to continue throughout 2021
The large-scale Apertif surveys with the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope (WSRT) that started on 1 July 2019 will continue to be supported during 2021.
10 years of LOFAR highlights: Using the existing SurfNet infrastructure to connect international stations and its European counterparts
By Peter Maat
10 years of LOFAR highlights: Gentle reenergization of electrons in merging galaxy clusters
Supermassive black holes can leave a trail of energetic particles that astronomers are able to detect using radio telescopes.