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Science at Low Frequencies VIII: how low can we go?

The latest iteration of the Science at Low Frequencies conference took place online over 6–9 December 2021. More than 400 attendees registered to hear about topics ranging from the Earth’s ionosphere to the Epoch of Reionization.

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Fig. 1: A 20 MHz LOFAR image.


The author thanks J. Hessels and the scientific organizing committee of SALF VIII.

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Callingham, J.R. Science at Low Frequencies VIII: how low can we go?. Nat Astron 6, 185–186 (2022).

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