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by Scholten, Olaf and van den Berg, Aiaan and Las Cumbres Observatory Grp and ATCA Australia Telescope and LIGO Sci Collaboration & Virgo and KU Collaboration and GROUND and RIMAS RATIR and AGILE Team and ASKAP Australian SKA Pathfinder and IPN Collaboration and LOFAR Collaboration and Salt Grp and VINROUGE Collaboration and Nordic Optical Telescope and MAXI Team and Fermi GBM and Fermi Large Area Telescope and J-GEM and IceCube Collaboration and BOOTES Collaboration and Pi Sky Collaboration and Pan-STARRS and LWA Long Wavelength Array and SKA South Africa MeerKAT and CALET Collaboration and AstroSat Cadmium Zinc Telluride and HAWC Collaboration and GROWTH JAGWAR CALTECH and ATLAS and ePESSTO and DFN Desert Fireball Network and Insight-Hxmt Collaboration and Texas Tech Univ and MASTER Collaboration and TZAC Consortium and Dark Energy Camera GW-EM and GRAWITA GRAvitational Wave and INTERGRAL and Toros Transient Robotic Observat and Chandra Team McGill Univ and H E S S Collaboration and Swift Collaboration and Pierre Auger Collaboration and OzGrav DWF Deeper Wider Faster and IKI-GW Follow-up Collaboration and Euro VLBI Team and High Time Resolution Universe and ANTARES Collaboration and DLT40 Collaboration and ALMA Collaboration and The 1M2H Team and MWA Murchison Widefield Array and The Insight-HXMT Collaboration and The MAXI Team and The Swift Collaboration and The Fermi Large Area Telescope Collaboration and GROND and TOROS: Transient Robotic Observatory of the South Collaboration and Texas Tech University and OzGrav, DWF (Deeper, Wider, Faster program), AST3, and CAASTRO Collaborations and MWA: Murchison Widefield Array and GROWTH, JAGWAR, Caltech-NRAO, TTU-NRAO, and NuSTAR Collaborations and INTEGRAL and RIMAS and RATIR and Pi of the Sky Collaboration and The Chandra Team at McGill University and LWA: Long Wavelength Array and The DLT40 Collaboration and DFN: Desert Fireball Network and LIGO Scientific Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration and ASKAP: Australian SKA Pathfinder and AstroSat Cadmium Zinc Telluride Imager Team and The BOOTES Collaboration and The Pierre Auger Collaboration and ATCA: Australia Telescope Compact Array and SALT Group and H.E.S.S. Collaboration and The Dark Energy Camera GW-EM Collaboration and the DES Collaboration and High Time Resolution Universe Survey and Las Cumbres Observatory Group and GRAWITA: GRAvitational Wave Inaf TeAm and The VINROUGE Collaboration and The CALET Collaboration and SLAC National Accelerator Lab., Menlo Park, CA (United States) and Brookhaven National Lab. (BNL), Upton, NY (United States) and Los Alamos National Lab. (LANL), Los Alamos, NM (United States) and Fermi National Accelerator Lab. (FNAL), Batavia, IL (United States) and Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States) and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory-National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) and Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States) and Fysikum and Naturvetenskapliga fakulteten and Institutionen för astronomi and Stockholms universitet and Oskar Klein-centrum för kosmopartikelfysik (OKC)
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 10/2017, Volume 848, Issue 2, p. L12
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by Abbott, B. P and Abbott, R and Abbott, T. D and Abernathy, M. R and Acernese, F and Ackley, K and Adams, C and Phythian-Adams, A.T and Addesso, P and Adhikari, R. X and Adya, V. B and Affeldt, C and Agathos, M and Agatsuma, K and Aggarwal, N.T and Aguiar, O. D and Aiello, L and Ain, A and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Allocca, A and Altin, P. A and Anderson, S. B and Anderson, W. G and Arai, K and Araya, M. C and Arceneaux, C. C and Areeda, J. S and Arnaud, N and Arun, K. G and Ascenzi, S and Ashton, G and Ast, M and Aston, S. M and Astone, P and Aufmuth, P and Aulbert, C and Babak, S and Bacon, P and Bader, M. K. M and Baker, P. T and Baldaccini, F and Ballardin, G and Ballmer, S. W and Barayoga, J. C and Barclay, S. E and Barish, B. C and Barker, R.D and Barone, F and Barr, B and Barsotti, L and Barsuglia, M and Barta, D and Barthelmy, S and Bartlett, J and Bartos, I and Bassiri, R and Basti, A and Batch, J. C and Baune, C and Bavigadda, V and Bazzan, M and Behnke, B and Bejger, M and Bell, A. S and Bell, C. J and Berger, B. K and Bergman, J and Bergmann, G and Berry, C. P. L and Bersanetti, D and Bertolini, A and Betzwieser, J and Bhagwat, S and Bhandare, R and Bilenko, I. A and Billingsley, G and Birch, M.J and Birney, R and Biscans, S and Bisht, A and Bitossi, M and Bizouard, M. A and Blackburn, J. K and Blair, C. D and Blair, D. G and Blair, R. M and Bloemen, A.L.S and Bock, O and Bodiya, T. P and Boer, M and Bogaert, J.G and Bogan, C and Bohe, A and Bojtos, P and Bond, T.C and Bondu, F and Bonnand, R and Boom, B. A and Bork, R and ... and LIGO Sci Collaboration and ASKAP Collaboration and INTEGRAL Collaboration and MAXI Collaboration and Virgo Collaboration and Liverpool Telescope Collaboration and Fermi LAT Collaboration and MWA Collaboration and Pan-STARRS Collaboration and SkyMapper Collaboration and MASTER Collaboration and TOROS Collaboration and J-GEM Collaboration and LOFAR Collaboration and Dark Energy Camera GW-EM Collabor and GRAWITA and Fermi GBM Collaboration and Swift Collaboration and Dark Energy Survey Collaboration and BOOTES Collaboration and Pi Sky Collaboration and IPTF Collaboration and PESSTO Collaboration and VISTA Collaboration and La Silla-Quest Survey and InterPlanetary Network and TAROT Zadko Algerian Natl Observ
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 2041-8205, 07/2016, Volume 826, Issue 1
A gravitational-wave (GW) transient was identified in data recorded by the Advanced Laser Interferometer Gravitational-wave Observatory (LIGO) detectors on... 
methods: observational | ADVANCED LIGO | COUNTERPARTS | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | BURSTS | RADIO | gravitational waves | ENERGY CAMERA SEARCH | EMISSION | NEUTRON-STAR MERGERS
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by Abbott, B. P and Abbott, R and Abbott, T. D and Acernese, F and Ackley, K and Adams, C and Adams, T and Addesso, P and Adhikari, R. X and Adya, V. B and Affeldt, C and Afrough, M and Agarwal, B and Agathos, M and Agatsuma, K and Aggarwal, N and Aguiar, O. D and Aiello, L and Ain, A and Ajith, P and Allen, B and Allen, G and Allocca, A and Altin, P. A and Amato, A and Ananyeva, A and Anderson, S. B and Anderson, W. G and Angelova, S. V and Antier, S and Appert, S and Arai, K and Araya, M. C and Areeda, J. S and Arnaud, N and Arun, K. G and Ascenzi, S and Ashton, G and Ast, M and Aston, S. M and Astone, P and Atallah, D. V and Aufmuth, P and Aulbert, C and AultONeal, K and Austin, C and Avila-Alvarez, A and Babak, S and Bacon, P and Bader, M. K. M and Bae, S and Baker, P. T and Baldaccini, F and Ballardin, G and Ballmer, S. W and Banagiri, S and Barayoga, J. C and Barclay, S. E and Barish, B. C and Barker, D and Barkett, K and Barone, F and Barr, B and Barsotti, L and Barsuglia, M and Barta, D and Barthelmy, S. D and Bartlett, J and Bartos, I and Bassiri, R and Basti, A and Batch, J. C and Bawaj, M and Bayley, J. C and Bazzan, M and Bécsy, B and Beer, C and Bejger, M and Belahcene, I and Bell, A. S and Berger, B. K and Bergmann, G and Bero, J. J and Berry, C. P. L and Bersanetti, D and Bertolini, A and Betzwieser, J and Bhagwat, S and Bhandare, R and Bilenko, I. A and Billingsley, G and Billman, C. R and Birch, J and Birney, R and Birnholtz, O and Biscans, S and Biscoveanu, S and Bisht, A and Bitossi, M and Biwer, C and ... and Institutionen för fysik och astronomi and Teknisk-naturvetenskapliga vetenskapsområdet and Högenergifysik and Uppsala universitet and Fysiska sektionen
Astrophysical Journal Letters, ISSN 1538-4357, 2017, Volume 848, Issue 2
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AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN 0094-243X, 05/2013, Volume 1535, Issue 1, pp. 27 - 31
Ultra-high-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays produce short radio flashes through the Askaryan effect when they impact on the Moon. Earthbound radio telescopes... 
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AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN 0094-243X, 05/2013, Volume 1535, pp. 105 - 110
LOFAR (the Low Frequency Array) is the largest radio telescope in the world for observing low frequency radio emission from 10 to 240 MHz. In addition to its... 
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Astronomische Nachrichten, ISSN 0004-6337, 05/2013, Volume 334, Issue 4‐5, pp. 333 - 337
LOFAR, the Low Frequency Radio Array, is a new pan‐European radio telescope that is almost fully operational. One of its main drivers is to make deep images of... 
galaxies: clusters: general | telescopes | galaxies: clusters: individual(CIZA J2242.8+5301, 1RXS J0603.3+4214)
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Comptes Rendus Physique, ISSN 1631-0705, 2012, Volume 13, Issue 1, pp. 28 - 32
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Astronomische Nachrichten, ISSN 0004-6337, 05/2013, Volume 334, Issue 4-5, p. 333
  LOFAR, the Low Frequency Radio Array, is a new pan-European radio telescope that is almost fully operational. One of its main drivers is to make deep images... 
Astrophysics | Radio astronomy | Stars & galaxies | Radio telescopes
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Solar Physics, ISSN 0038-0938, 7/2013, Volume 285, Issue 1, pp. 127 - 139
The LOw Frequency ARray (LOFAR) is a next-generation radio telescope which uses thousands of stationary dipoles to observe celestial phenomena. These dipoles... 
Radio scintillation | Extraterrestrial Physics, Space Sciences | Atmospheric Sciences | Astrophysics and Astroparticles | Solar wind | Physics | TOMOGRAPHY | SPEED | VELOCITY | ASTRONOMY & ASTROPHYSICS | INTER-PLANETARY SCINTILLATION | Telescope | Spectra | Information management | Invisibility | Analysis
Journal Article
AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN 0094-243X, 2013, Volume 1535, Issue 1, pp. 27 - 31
Ultra-high-energy neutrinos and cosmic rays produce short radio flashes through the Askaryan effect when they impact on the Moon. Earthbound radio telescopes... 
radio emission | radio telescopes | cosmic rays | neutrinos | Moon | Searching | Neutrinos | Radio telescopes | LOFAR | Radio | Arrays | Cosmic rays
Journal Article
AIP Conference Proceedings, ISSN 0094-243X, 2013, Volume 1535, Issue 1, pp. 105 - 110
LOFAR (the Low Frequency Array) is the largest radio telescope in the world for observing low frequency radio emission from 10 to 240 MHz. In addition to its... 
extensive air showers | radio emission | cosmic rays | interferometry | Radio telescope | experiments | Radio emission | LOFAR | Air showers | Low frequencies | Arrays | Density | Cosmic rays | Antennas
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Journal of Astrophysics and Astronomy, ISSN 0973-7758, 2011, Volume 32, Issue 4, pp. 589 - 598
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03/2012
Measuring radio waves at low frequencies offers a new window to study cosmic magnetism, and LOFAR is the ideal radio telescope to open this window widely. The... 
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09/2010
This contribution to the proceedings of "A New Golden Age for Radio Astronomy" is simply intended to give some of the highlights from pulsar observations with... 
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12/2011
This contribution reports on the status of LOFAR (the LOw Frequency ARray) in its ongoing commissioning phase. The purpose is to illustrate the progress that... 
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10/2012
Deep radio observations of galaxy clusters have revealed the existence of diffuse radio sources related to the presence of relativistic electrons and weak... 
Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
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06/2011
The Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) will operate between 10 and 250 MHz, and will observe the low frequency Universe to an unprecedented sensitivity and angular... 
Physics - Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics
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08/2010
One of the science drivers of the new Low Frequency Array (LOFAR) is large-area surveys of the low-frequency radio sky. Realizing this goal requires automated... 
Physics - Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics
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