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An example of tied-array imaging applied to the solar corona from Morosan et al. (2015). Using LOFAR core stations, up to 488 beamlets can be arrange in a grid over the Sun, each giving a dynamic spectrum of the radio activity at that particular location. This allows for spatially resolved observations of radio bursts on the Sun, in this case the examination of the origin of fine structure known as S-bursts.

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