- The LOFAR transients pipeline
- Proceedings of science
- Pages (from-to)
- Document type
- Faculty of Science (FNWI)
- Anton Pannekoek Institute for Astronomy (API)
The LOFAR Transients Key Science Project will exploit LOFAR’s unique wide-field, high-sensitivity view of the low frequency radio sky to carry out a large scale transients monitoring program: the LOFAR Radio Sky Monitor. Exploiting this new and unprecedented capability has required the development of a number of new techniques and technologies. Here, we highlight some of the approaches which have been adopted and describe how they are being applied both within the Radio Sky Monitor and across the LOFAR project.
- Proceedings title: ISKAF2010 science meeting: June 10-14 2010, Assen, The Netherlands
Place of publication: Trieste
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