HAWC is a wide-field detector with an instantaneous field-of-view of nearly 2 sr and a daily exposure of more than 8 sr of the sky. HAWC is uniquely suited, in the multi-TeV band, for all-sky survey and detection of transients. One of the core goals of HAWC is public release of data to facilitiate multi-wavelength, mult-messenger follow-up by other instruments.
Making the full HAWC dataset available is prohibitive. Analysis requires dedicated computing infrastructure and custom tools. Nevertheless, specific analyses of specific events or sky locations may be done with help from a member of the HAWC team. If the data you are interested in is not included in one of the public datasets, you can contact one of the relvant leaders of the HAWC analysis who can facilitate your analysis.
- Science Coordinator: Alberto Carramiñana
- Galactic Cordinator: Hao Zhou
- Extra-galactic Astrophysics: Tom Weisgarber
- Particle Physics: Andrea Albert
- Cosmic-Ray Physics: Segev BenZvi