1. Antennas LOFAR station is a wide-band radio receiver, which operates at the frequency range from 10 MHz to 240 MHz. The full reception band is divided into low band (10 MHz – 90 MHz) and high band (110 MHz – 240 MHz). The frequencies in between low band and high band are not used […]
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Once you have completed your shift as I-LOFAR Chief Observer, please follow the following steps. Send an email to observer[at]astron.nl to inform ASTRON the station is ready to be handed over to international mode. CC observer[at]lofar.ie Send an email to observer[at]lofar.ie summarising the observations, mention the mode used and if other tests were run (e.g. […]
Welcome to the I-LOFAR User’s Guide. Below you will find details on how to log in to the I-LOFAR Control Computer (ICC) and the Local Control Computer (LCU) and how to run a variety of observation scripts. The ICC is located in the I-LOFAR Control Room, while the LCU is located in the International LOFAR […]
School of Physics, University College Dublin, Belfield, Dublin 4, Ireland. January 8-10, 2018 Summary This workshop will introduce researchers to LOFAR single-station science, operations and data analysis. The workshop will cover many aspects of an International LOFAR Station, from the capabilities of the station hardware to the software pipelines and science products that it produces. […]
This week, UCD and TCD awarded Honorary Doctorates to two leading individuals in the world of astronomy. Congratulations to both Prof. George Miley, one of the originators of the LOFAR radio telescope concept, and Ms. Naledi Pandor, a key player in the development of the Square Kilometre Array and astronomy in general in South Africa. […]
Orlaigh Quinn (Secretary General of the Department of the Department of Business, Enterprise and Innovation) and Mark Ferguson (Director General of SFI) presenting Joe McCauley, Peter Gallagher, Tom Ray and Eoin Carley from the I-LOFAR Consortium with the Best International Engagement Award at the SFI Annual Summit 2017.
The builders are back in Birr! In October 2017 our building contractor begin refurbishing the I-LOFAR Education Centre and Control Room. The Education Centre will provide a space overlooking the I-LOFAR array for team meetings and visiting groups to be hosted. The Control Room is also being refurbished to provide modern office space for our […]
We’re delighted to announce that the documentary on LOFAR is now available on the RTE Player and the RTE Player International. This is a documentary where great feats of engineering meet space exploration, where Irish ingenuity from the past meets Irish innovation for the future, to produce a cutting-edge technological adventure film set in rural […]
Dublin, Thursday September 13th, 2017 – The past two weeks have been nothing but stormy for the Sun, and the recently installed LOFAR radio telescope in Birr has been key to helping scientists keep an eye on weather conditions on our stormy stellar neighbour and to forecasting its effects here on Earth. On September 3, […]
Department signs funding agreement to enable Ireland to join Telescope collaboration Membership will benefit researchers across a broad area of science and technology [from Astrophysics to ICT] Minister of State for Training, Skills, Innovation, Research and Development, John Halligan TD, announced that Ireland will join the International LOFAR Telescope collaboration. The Minister was speaking at […]