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Grants for ASTRON & JIVE Summer Student Programme 2012
International partners join forces for SKA telescope
Youngest supernova ever imaged just after explosion
Water vapour reveals how stars form around black hole
Prestigious research grant for young ASTRON researcher
World's largest radio telescope bigger with Swedish LOFAR station
On Monday, Sweden's Minister for Education and Research, Jan Björklund, will open Onsala Space Observatory's newest telescope.
God is an eJ
"God is an Ej. Not a Dj! Not a Vj!!
LOFAR telescope shines at Noorderzon Festival
Between 18 and 28 August, the LOFAR telescope will be part of a show at the famous Noorderzon Performing Arts Festival in Groningen, the Netherlands.
ATLAS3D project: Replacing handle of Hubble's tuning fork
A team of 25 astronomers from Europe and Northern America, including ASTRON astronomers Morganti, Oosterloo, and Serra, has shown that many galaxies, which are normally classified as spheroid galax
Heino Falcke receives highest Dutch scientific award
Prof.Heino Falcke, Professor of Astroparticle Physics and Radio Astronomy at RadboudUniversity Nijmegen, received a Spinoza prize on Monday 6 June.
LOFAR makes deeper images of Universe than ever before
An international team led by astronomers at ASTRON and the Kapteyn Institute of the University of Groningen have used the LOFAR telescope, designed and constructed by ASTRON, to make the deepest wi
LOFAR takes the pulse of the radio sky
A powerful new telescope designed and built by ASTRON is allowing an international team of scientists to have their "best-ever look" at pulsars: rapidly rotating neutron stars, created when massive