The Opticon RadioNet Pilot brings together the well-established
ground-based astronomy community to offer, support and develop
access to radio and optical facilities in an efficient, co-ordinated and
Observations with NOEMA, funded by the ORP TA, have for the first time, detected a neutron star high mass X-ray binary at mm wavelengths. This result paves the way for a new approach to understand the role of the stellar winds in regulating accretion regimes in a range of binary systems.
Discovery with the support of the ORP TA - international team of researchers have detected cold molecular gas in the form of carbon monoxide in the host galaxy of a supermassive black hole at an early epoch in cosmic history
The LOFAR radio telescope has shown that satellites can unintentionally emit radio waves that interfere with the telescope. If not addressed, their radio emission could close valuable windows into the Universe. This research emphasises the importance of collaboration between astronomy and industry to overcome these issues and establish regulation to control emissions.