The frequency band below 30 MHz is one of the last unexplored bands in radio astronomy. This band is well suited for studying the early cosmos at high hydrogen redshifts, the so-called dark ages, extragalactic surveys, (extra) solar planetary bursts, and high energy particle physics. In addition, space research such as space weather tomography, are also areas of scientific interest.
|Title of host publication||38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly|
|Place of Publication||Paris|
|Publisher||Committee on Space Research (Cospar)|
|Number of pages||2|
|ISBN (Print)||not assigned|
|Publication status||Published - 21 Jul 2010|
|Event||38th Scientific Assembly of the Committee on Space Research, COSPAR 2010 - Bremen, Germany|
Duration: 18 Jul 2010 → 25 Jul 2010
Conference number: 38
|Publisher||Committee on Space Research, COSPAR|
|Conference||38th Scientific Assembly of the Committee on Space Research, COSPAR 2010|
|Period||18/07/10 → 25/07/10|
Boonstra, A. J., Saks, N., Falcke, H., Klein-Wolt, M., Bentum, M. J., Rajan, R. T., ... Beliën, F. (2010). A low-frequency distributed aperture array for radio astronomy in space. In 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly (pp. 1-2). Paris: Committee on Space Research (Cospar).