SKA Observatory Unveils New Brand For A New Era

The newly born SKA Observatory (SKAO) has unveiled its brand following approval by the SKAO Council at its second meeting.

Famous fast radio burst FRB20180916B just barely lets itself be captured

Two international teams of astronomers (with significant Dutch involvement) have published two scientific papers with new information about the famous fast radio burst FRB20180916B.

Ultra-sensitive radio images reveal thousands of star-forming galaxies in early Universe

An international team of astronomers has published the most sensitive images of the Universe ever taken at low radio frequencies, using the International Low Frequency Array (LOFAR).

Europe’s radio and optical astronomy communities team up in new EC-funded project

A new project has kicked off to enhance cooperation between European astronomy facilities and promote transnational access among them. ASTRON (Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy), ILT (International LOFAR Telescope), JIV-ERIC (Joint Institute for VLBI ERIC), and NOVA (Netherlands Research School for Astronomy) are partners based in the Netherlands.

A starry sky made of more than 25,000 supermassive black holes

An international team of astronomers has produced the largest and sharpest map of the sky at ultra-low radio frequencies, using the Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) radio telescope. The map published in the journal Astronomy & Astrophysics reveals more than 25,000 active supermassive black holes in distant galaxies.

People of ASTRON: Paula Fusiara

In People of ASTRON we share stories about the people at ASTRON. Who are the people behind the discoveries and innovations and also, who are the people that make sure that everything runs smoothly? Design engineer Paula Fusiara has been working at ASTRON since 2016.

SKAO is born - Launch of international Observatory signals new era for radio astronomy

The SKA Observatory, a new intergovernmental organisation dedicated to radio astronomy, was launched today following the first meeting of the Observatory’s Council.

People of ASTRON: Henk Vonk

In Humans of ASTRON we share stories about the people at ASTRON. Henk Vonk has been working at ASTRON since 2017. He is a facilities employee.

People of ASTRON: Pieter Benthem

In People of ASTRON we share stories about the people at ASTRON. Project manager Pienter Benthem has been working at ASTRON since 2008.

ASTRON reveals life cycle of supermassive black hole

For the first time LOFAR and WSRT-Apertif have been used together to measure the life cycle of supermassive black holes emitting radio waves.

Humans of ASTRON: Carin Lubbers-Leering

In Humans of ASTRON we share stories about the people at ASTRON. Carin Lubbers-Leering is HR assistant at ASTRON and has been working with us since 2000.

Humans of ASTRON: Lesley Goudbeek

In Humans of ASTRON we share stories about the people at ASTRON. Lesley Goudbeek has been design engineer at ASTRON since 2013.

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Latest tweets

Congratulations @SKA_telescope with their new brand✨! We are proud that the Netherlands' investment in the largest radio telescope in the world will generate unique knowledge, employment, activity for our industry and innovation @minocw @ivanengelshoven https://bit.ly/3nQhf7A

Elk jaar op 4 mei herdenken we de slachtoffers die voor onze vrijheid gevochten hebben. In bijgaand filmpje dat vorig jaar gemaakt werd kun je zien hoe onze Westerbork telescopen, net als vandaag, in de jaarlijkse rouwstand gaan: https://youtu.be/hIfDWorkwpU #4mei #Dodenherdenking

We congratulate our colleague Jason Hessels, who also works at ASTRON with this fantastic achievement!🎉

Daily Image of the Week: EUCARA-2021 https://bit.ly/3aW233v

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