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Fig. 2


Geographic distribution of LOFAR stations within the Netherlands. Left: this panel shows the distribution for the majority of the stations within the LOFAR core. The central, circular area contains the six Superterp stations described in the text. The white, polygonal areas mark the location of LOFAR core stations. In addition to the Superterp stations, 16 of the remaining 18 core stations are shown. Right: this panel shows the distribution of remote stations within the Netherlands located at distances of up to 90 km from the center of the array. Stations shown in green are complete and operational while yellow depicts stations that are under construction as of March 2013 (see Sect. 14.1).

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