The HAWC Observatory was inaugurated in March, 2015, as the world's most sensitive wide-field multi-TeV observatory. With only brief pauses for maintenance or repair, data from HAWC has been accumulating since, providing a unique view on the high-energy sky.
HAWC's great utility to the astrophysics community is its unbiased, continuous view of the multi-TeV sky. Central to HAWC science is uncovering new steady sources in places and continuously monitoring the sky for high-energy transient events (like AGN flares or GRBs).
Be sure to check out the 2HWC 507-Day Survey containing measurements and uppper limits across the entire HAWC field-of-view.
This page is aimed primarily at working physicists and astronomers who will use HAWC data in their research. For more general information on HAWC, check out the HAWC Public Homepage