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Leviathan I-LOFAR Ireland — 2 Comments

  1. That was a beautiful article – thanks for the update! I spent nearly six years as a Lecturer in Dublin, in which time we astronomers lobbied across all-Ireland to construct a radio telescope. It is lovely to see Ireland joining the LOFAR radio telescope array.

    • Well thank you very much ! I have spent time at Birr Castle over the years. I ran an International Astronomical Sketching Exhibition there in IYA 2009. Several talks and workshops in the new pavilion almost under the Leviathan. Telescope nights acutally under the Leviathan at the Whirlpool Star party. It was a pleasure to write the article and introduce iLOFAR in some small way.

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