Seminar:- Recent results from the HAWC observatory
The High-Altitude Water Cherenkov Observatory(HAWC) is a TeV gamma-ray detector located at an altitude of 4100 meters on the slope of the Sierra Negra volcano in Puebla, Mexico.
Since becoming fully operational in March 2015, HAWC has been continuously observing 65% of the sky every day with more than 90% duty cycle and has produced scientific results in many areas of particle astrophysics. The speaker will discuss some recent results from HAWC, including the most recent TeV gamma-ray catalog, the analysis of potential Galactic PeVatrons, as well as recent improvements in the latest reconstruction. Finally, he will discuss the proposed Southern Wide-field Gamma-ray Observatory(SWGO), which aims to cover the southern TeV sky.
頻道：Zoom: 990-9103-6448 ← 060129
講者：Jason KL FAN(University of Maryland)