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GCN Circular 26963

AMON Coincidence Alert from the sub-threshold IceCube-HAWC search NuEm-200202A
2020-02-02T16:33:45Z (4 years ago)
Hugo Ayala at Pennsylvania State University <>
The AMON,  IceCube and HAWC collaborations report:

The AMON NuEm stream channel found a coincidence alert from the
IceCube online neutrino selection + HAWC daily monitoring analysis.
The analysis looks for IceCube neutrino events -mostly atmospheric
in origin- around the position and transit time of a HAWC cluster of
likely gamma rays, as identified in the integrated observations from
a single transit, in this case having a duration of 6.16 hours.

The HAWC transit interval is  from 02, 02, 2020 7:58:52 UT to
02 02, 2020, at 14:07:52 UT
(End of the HAWC transit time)
The location of the coincidence is reported as
RA (J2000): 200.3 deg
Dec (J2000): 12.71 deg
Location uncertainty (50% containment): 0.17 deg (statistical only).
Location uncertainty (90% containment): 0.31 deg (statistical only).

The false alarm rate (FAR) of this coincidence is 1.39.
We encourage follow-up observations of the alert region contingent on
availability of resources and interest, given the quoted FAR.

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AMON seeks to perform a real-time correlation analysis of the
high-energy signals across all known astronomical messengers. More
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