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LOFAR Telescope Array Grabs First Pulsar Images

April 24th, 2010 04:42 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

vikingpower writes LOFAR, the LOw Frequency ARray radio telescope, under construction in the north of the Netherlands, saw its first pulsars (English translation of Dutch original) — through coupling it with radio telescopes in Germany and France. LOFAR is sensitive to wavelengths as long as seven meters, and will be inaugurated on June 12 of this year.”

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