If you make any scientific use of the publicly available data linked here, we kindly request that you include the following acknowledgement:
LOFAR data products were provided by the LOFAR Surveys Key Science project (LSKSP; https://lofar-surveys.org/) and were derived from observations with the International LOFAR Telescope (ILT). LOFAR (van Haarlem et al. 2013) is the Low Frequency Array designed and constructed by ASTRON. It has observing, data processing, and data storage facilities in several countries, which are owned by various parties (each with their own funding sources), and which are collectively operated by the ILT foundation under a joint scientific policy. The efforts of the LSKSP have benefited from funding from the European Research Council, NOVA, NWO, CNRS-INSU, the SURF Co-operative, the UK Science and Technology Funding Council and the Jülich Supercomputing Centre.For more details please see our credits page.
Current data releases
The LOFAR Virgo Cluster survey
Please see the seperate page describing this release.
LoLSS Data release 1
Data release 1 covers the HETDEX area. Please see the separate page describing this release.
LoTSS Data release 2
Data release 2 covers 5,700 square degrees of the Northern sky, including the area previously covered by DR1, and contains 4.5 million radio sources. Please see the separate DR2 page for details.
Planck clusters in the LOFAR sky
This is a survey of clusters in the DR2 sky. Please see the separate page describing this release
Details high-confidence Stokes V sources in DR2. Please see the separate page describing this release
High-definition fields (LOFAR-VLBI images of deep fields)
This release provides sub-arcsec imaging of the Lockman hole field. Please see the separate page describing this release
LoTSS Deep Fields release 1
This release covers the ELAIS-N1, Bootes and Lockman hole fields at 6-arcsec resolution with sensitivity in the tens of microJy. Please see the separate page describing this release
LBA Deep Fields release
LBA deep fields data are available on the deep fields page.
Long-Baseline Calibrator Survey (LBCS)
The long-baseline calibrator survey provides calibration data for a high-resolution survey of the northern sky. Please see the separate page describing this release
Previous data releases
LoLSS preliminary data release
This release covered the HETDEX area and is superseded by LoLSS DR1. Please see the separate page describing this release
LoTSS Data release 1
Data release 1 covers 400 square degrees of the Northern sky and contains 325,000 sources. It is superseded by LoTSS DR2. Please see the separate DR1 page for details.
LoTSS Preliminary data
The LoTSS preliminary release covered 350 square degrees in the HETDEX field and is superseded by LoTSS DR1 and DR2. Please see the separate preliminary release page for details.