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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire. This station is known as the Rawlings Array, in memory of Professor Stephen Rawlings.

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Information on using LOFAR-Chilbolton as a stand-alone array can be found on this page

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Information on using the Rawlings Array as a stand-alone array can be found on this page

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  • [Mar 2012] First open call for proposals issued for use of Chilbolton station in stand-alone mode
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in the poorly explored 30--240 MHz frequency range, with an

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in the poorly explored 30-240 MHz frequency range, with an

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages to the right, or wikipedia has great help pages. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages in the sidebar, or wikipedia has great help pages. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages to the right, or has great help pages. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages to the right, or wikipedia has great help pages. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages to the right, or [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup wikipedia | has great help pages]. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages to the right, or has great help pages. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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For information on observing with the International LOFAR Telescope, see here

Information on using LOFAR-Chilbolton as a stand-alone array can be found on this page

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup wikipedia has great help pages]. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details below to ask.

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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, use the help pages to the right, or [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup wikipedia | has great help pages]. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details (on the menu to the left) to ask.

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LOFAR:UK Timeline

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LOFAR:UK Timeline

(for more details on recent events see the blog)

  • [Feb 2012] Student army remobilizes to repair January storm damage.
  • [Jan 2012] Array suffers some storm damage, damaging 1 HBA and 15 LBAs
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This is a wiki site. If it doesn't contain what you think it should and you are a member of the LOFAR-UK consortium you can edit it yourself. If you don't know how to edit a wiki, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Wiki_markup wikipedia has great help pages]. If you don't have the right passwords please use the contact details below to ask.

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Welcome to the LOFAR-UK wikipage

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Welcome to the LOFAR-UK Pages for Astronomers

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of [PeopleInvolved | 22 UK scientific/academic institutions], which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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The LOw Frequency ARray, LOFAR, is a next-generation software-driven telescope currently funded, under construction and beginning operations in The Netherlands by ASTRON. Operating

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The LOw Frequency ARray, LOFAR, is a next-generation software-driven telescope. LOFAR consists of many thousands of antennae spread all over Europe run from it's headquarters in The Netherlands by ASTRON. Operating

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of [PeopleInvolved | 22 UK scientific/academic institutions], which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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  • [Jun 2009] LOFAR Surveys workshop
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unprecedented field of view and multiple beams, it will open up a completely new phase of radio astrophysics. In addition to this, it is the only fully-funded pathfinder for the low-frequency component of the Square Kilometre Array, one of just two future astronomical facilities in the Reseach Councils UK Large Facilities Roadmap.

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unprecedented field of view and multiple beams, it is opening up a completely new phase of radio astrophysics.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of more than fifteen UK scientific/academic institutions, with the goal of joining the LOFAR project by siting antennae stations in the UK and transporting the data for correlation in the Netherlands via high-speed internet. In return for this contribution to the project we have developed strong involvement, and in some cases overall leadership, of some of the key scientific projects of this major new radio facility. LOFAR-UK has been in existence for 3+ years already and has generated an extremely broad interest, far beyond the traditional radio astronomy groups, and has raised sufficient funds to purchase an initial LOFAR station for siting in the UK (at Chilbolton). This initial station was officially handed over and opened on 20th September 2010.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of 22 UK scientific/academic institutions, which has successfully installed a LOFAR international station in Chilbolton, Hampshire.

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The White Paper for UK involvement in LOFAR can be found here


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LOFAR:UK News

  • [Jan 2011] First images with Chilbolton released - http://blog.lofar-uk.org/2011/02/first-images-from-lofar-including.html
  • [Jan 2011] Related project KAIRA launched - http://www.sgo.fi/KAIRA/
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LOFAR:UK Timeline

  • [Jan 2011] First commissioning images with Chilbolton released - http://blog.lofar-uk.org/2011/02/first-images-from-lofar-including.html
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  • [Nov 2009] More good news for international stations - second international station completed in Tautenberg
  • [Oct 2009] Component parts for LOFAR:UK Chilbolton Station to arrive mid-November 2009!
  • [Sep 2009] Good news for international stations - fringes between LOFAR core and Effelsberg LOFAR station
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  • [Summer 2010] Installation of Chilbolton Station
  • [Nov 2009] Component parts for LOFAR:UK Chilbolton Station arrived from The Netherlands
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in The Netherlands via high-speed internet. In return for this

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in the Netherlands via high-speed internet. In return for this

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siting in the UK (at Chilbolton). This initial station was officially handed over and opened on 20th Septembr 2010.

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siting in the UK (at Chilbolton). This initial station was officially handed over and opened on 20th September 2010.

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  • [Jan 2011] First images with Chilbolton released http://blog.lofar-uk.org/2011/02/first-images-from-lofar-including.html
  • [Jan 2011] Related project KAIRA launched http://www.sgo.fi/KAIRA/
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  • [Jan 2011] First images with Chilbolton released - http://blog.lofar-uk.org/2011/02/first-images-from-lofar-including.html
  • [Jan 2011] Related project KAIRA launched - http://www.sgo.fi/KAIRA/
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  • [Jan 2011] First images with Chilbolton released http://blog.lofar-uk.org/2011/02/first-images-from-lofar-including.html
  • [Jan 2011] Related project KAIRA launched http://www.sgo.fi/KAIRA/
  • [Jan 2011] First fringes between Chilbolton and the Netherlands
  • [Dec 2010] First data packets transmitted from Chilbolton to Groningen over the fast link.
  • [Oct 2010] Network link installed
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Follow LOFAR on Twitter (requires a Twitter account)

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siting in the UK (at Chilbolton).

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funded and under construction in The Netherlands by ASTRON. Operating

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funded, under construction and beginning operations in The Netherlands by ASTRON. Operating

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Check out the latest LOFAR news on the main LOFAR site

Follow LOFAR on Twitter (requires a Twitter account)

Visit the LOFAR USERS Forum


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  • [Oct 2009] Component parts for LOFAR:UK Chilbolton Station to arrive mid-November 2009!
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  • [Aug 2009] Planning permission granted by Test Valley Borough Council for Chilbolton LOFAR station
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LOFAR-UK end-of-year report, 2008, now available here


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  • [Dec 2008] LOFAR-UK 2008 end-of-year report available here
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The LOw Frequency ARray, or LOFAR, is the first of a new generation of radio telescopes that will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

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The LOw Frequency ARray, LOFAR, is a next-generation software-driven telescope currently funded and under construction in The Netherlands by ASTRON. Operating in the poorly explored 30--240 MHz frequency range, with an unprecedented field of view and multiple beams, it will open up a completely new phase of radio astrophysics. In addition to this, it is the only fully-funded pathfinder for the low-frequency component of the Square Kilometre Array, one of just two future astronomical facilities in the Reseach Councils UK Large Facilities Roadmap.

LOFAR will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate four LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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LOFAR-UK is a consortium of more than fifteen UK scientific/academic institutions, with the goal of joining the LOFAR project by siting antennae stations in the UK and transporting the data for correlation in The Netherlands via high-speed internet. In return for this contribution to the project we have developed strong involvement, and in some cases overall leadership, of some of the key scientific projects of this major new radio facility. LOFAR-UK has been in existence for 3+ years already and has generated an extremely broad interest, far beyond the traditional radio astronomy groups, and has raised sufficient funds to purchase an initial LOFAR station for siting in the UK (at Chilbolton).

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LOFAR-UK end of year report, 2008, now available


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  • [June 2008] LOFAR conference on "SETI with LOFAR" (June 12/13th at Dwingloo) Contact Bob Nichol for details.
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  • [Nov 2008] STFC PPRP recommendation made to PPAN (for decision Jan 2009)
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  • [Apr 2008] Next LOFAR-UK meeting is in Southampton on May 19th 2008. Contact Rob Fender for details.
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  • [Nov 2007] LOFAR:UK meeting details here
  • [Sept 2007] The next LOFAR:UK meeting will be held on September 26th at the Institute for Astronomy, Edinburgh. Please contact Philip Best for details or see Conferences for more details
  • [July 2007] UK sites are RFI tested by main LOFAR team (see photo from Owain Davies @ Chilbolton)
  • [July 2007] The next LOFAR:UK meetings will be held on July 5th at the Astrophysics Research Institute, Liverpool John Moores University. Please contact Chris Simpson for details or see Conferences for more details
  • [June 2007] A group from the main LOFAR team is visiting the UK between June 4th and 6th to perform site testing at Lord's Bridge, Jodrell Bank and Chilbolton. See restricted pages for details
  • [April 2007] Advanced draft of the LOFAR:UK White Paper released.
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LOFA comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate four LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate four LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate four LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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LOFA comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate four LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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  • [May 2008] SEPNET is funded by HEFCE and allows three new universities to join LOFAR-UK (Sussex, Kent, QMUL
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  • [May 2008] SEPNET is funded by HEFCE and allows three new universities to join LOFAR-UK (Sussex, Kent, QMUL)
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The Low Frequency ARray, or LOFAR, is the first of a new generation of radio telescopes that will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

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The LOw Frequency ARray, or LOFAR, is the first of a new generation of radio telescopes that will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate at least three LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate four LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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LOFAR, which stands for the Low Frequency ARray, is the first of a new generation of radio telescopes that will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate at least three LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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  • [June 2007] A group from the main LOFAR team is visiting the UK between June 4th and 6th to perform site testing at Lord's Bridge, Jodrell Bank and Chilbolton.
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LOFAR-UK News

  • The next LOFAR:UK meetings will be held in early July at Liverpool John Moores University. Please contact Chris Simpson for details or see Conferences for more details
  • A group of LOFAR experts is visiting the UK between June 4th and 6th to perform site testing at Lord's Bridge, Jodrell Bank and Chilbolton.

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LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate three LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.


LOFAR-UK News

  • The next LOFAR:UK meetings will be held in early July at Liverpool John Moores University. Please contact Chris Simpson for details or see Conferences for more details
  • A group of LOFAR experts is visiting the UK between June 4th and 6th to perform site testing at Lord's Bridge, Jodrell Bank and Chilbolton.
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LOFAR is the first of a new generation of radio telescopes that will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

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LOFAR is the first of a new generation of radio telescopes that will revolutionize our ability to study the Universe and allow us to address five of the nine key science questions on the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC) roadmap, namely:

What is the universe made of and how does it evolve? Are we alone in the universe? How do galaxies, stars and planets form and evolve? What are the laws of physics in extreme conditions? How does the Sun affect the Earth?

LOFAR comprises of arrays of omni-directional antennas spread over Europe. The electronic signals from these antennas will be digitized, transported to a central digital processor, and combined in software to emulate a conventional telescope like Jodrell Bank; but much bigger! In the UK, a consortium of universities (LOFAR:UK) plan to locate three LOFAR array stations across the country thus increasing the baselines of the present LOFAR by over a factor of 5. This will help increase the resolution of LOFAR experiment and open-up new science possibilities.

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Workshop on Astrophysics in the LOFAR era

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