Call for proposals 2018/19

Credit: Chalmers/Onsala Space Observatory/T. Carozzi

The Milky Way, Cas A and Cygnus A dominate low-frequency sky as seen from the LOFAR station in Onsala, created using three LBA frequencies and a galaxy model at 30 MHz. Credit: Chalmers/Onsala Space Observatory/T. Carozzi

Proposals are invited for observations with the Swedish LOFAR station in stand-alone mode in the observing period August/September 2018 – ​March 2019.

Deadline is  Tuesday 15 May 2018 (23:59:59 UTC).

For more information, see Onsala Space Observatory’s Calls for proposals page.

The Swedish LOFAR station at Onsala Space Observatory is an array of antennas for the frequency bands 10–90 MHz and 110–240 MHz. It is part of the International LOFAR Telescope (ILT), but is offered here in stand-alone mode.

The Swedish LOFAR station open for scientists from all countries.

About Robert Cumming

Astronomer and information officer at Onsala Space Observatory. Press contact for LOFAR in Sweden.
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