ALERT, the Apertif Lofar Exploration of the Radio Transient Sky, will investigate the Northern Sky with unprecedented speed and precision, to determine the nature of some of the most powerful flashes and explosions in the Universe.

FRB 20180916B (DR1.3)

Apertif data accompanying Chromatic periodic activity down to 120 megahertz in a fast radio burst by Inés Pastor-Marazuela and team are available here. These data can be analysed with the tools shared at

The LOFAR data are available through the LOFAR Long Term Archive, by searching for “Observations” at J2000 coordinates RA=01:57:43.2000, DEC=+65:42:01.020.

This project received funding from the European Research Council under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP/2007-2013) / ERC Grant Agreement n. 617199, from the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO-M 614.061.613), from the Netherlands Institute for Radio Astronomy ASTRON, from the Netherlands Research School for Astronomy NOVA (ARTS), and from the Netherlands eScience Center (ASDI 027.015.G09).