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LOFAR observes across borders
Spacegirls present extraordinary space project at ASTRON
ASTRON creates new nature reserve in Drenthe
ASTRON’s new LOFAR telescope shows first fringes
ASTRON astronomers make light work of pulsars!
Spacegirls win Dutch space competition CanSat
An exploding star in an "exploding" galaxy
"Missing Link" reveals birth of a radio millisecond pulsar
Most distant detection of water in the Universe
Astronomers have found the most distant signs of water in the Universe to date.
10 Million Euro for RadioNet FP7!
The general objective of RadioNet, as an Integrating Activity, is to optimise the use and development of European radio astronomy telescopes with an eye towards future large radio projects, includi
Westerbork Telescope participates in marathon observation
Radio telescopes around the world will conduct a nearly continuous 33-hour observation of three quasars today and tomorrow, tracking the extra-galactic objects as they rise and set with the rotatio
SKA Essential Facility for Future of European Astronomy
Europe's 20 year plan for astronomy was unveiled on 25 November 2008 by the ASTRONET consortium at the Academy of Sciences, Paris, France.The Square Kilometre Array (SKA) - comprising thousands of