AMON ICECUBE_HESE Event Information

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This table contains information about AMON_ICECUBE_HESE Events, which are single-neutrino events is the IceCube detector with a neutrino energy in the sub-PeV to 1 PeV. The most recent Notice is listed first (reverse time order).

The 3 left-most columns (EVENT) are the EventNumber_RunNumber and the date/time of the event.
These columns contain:
      the EventNumber_RunNumber (taken by AMON from IceCube data) (which is a link to all the original full-format email GCN/AMON Notices on that trigger),
      the Date (yy/mm/dd), and
      the Time (hh:mm:ss.ss) of the start of the event or the follow-up observation.

The next 11 columns (OBSERVATION) come from the results of the various observations and analyses by the AMON (or the Counterpart).
These columns contain:
      the NoticeType is HESE,
      the RA is the RA location of the event (J2000 epoch) in units of degrees,
      the Dec is the Dec location of the event (J2000 epoch) in units of degrees,
      the Error is the location uncertainty (radius, 50% containment) in units of arcmin,
      the False_Pos (False Positive probability) specifies how often a trigger of this intensity would happen from just noise fluctuations (an identically 0 value means it was not calculated),
      the P-value is a chance probability of alert being an atmospheric neutrino. Low p-value (p<0.0027 (3 sigma) indicates a given alert is less likely to be background. The range is from 0 to 1 (an identically 0 value means it was not calculated; a value larger than 1 indicates a test alert),
      the Charge is the estimated number of photoelectrons in the PMTs,
      the SignalTr (Signal-Trackness) contains the probability that the neutrino event is signal-like and track-like (ie not a cascade); the range is 0.0 to 1.0,
      the N_events is the number of neutrinos that occured in the delta_T window (which for HESE notices is always 1),
      the Stream is the index number identifying the analaysis stream that produced this trigger event,
      the Comments from the full-format email respective Notices.
There are more fields of information than are shown in this Table;
please refer to the full notices in the links in the EventNum_RunNum column.

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AMON ICECUBE_HESE EVENTS
EVENT OBSERVATION
EventNum_RunNum Date Time UT NoticeType RA Dec Error False_Pos Pvalue Charge SignalTr N_Events Stream Comments
32674593_129474 17/05/06 12:36:55.80 HESE 221.6750 -26.0359 73.79 0.0000e+00 0.0000e+00 8685.07 0.35 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
65274589_129281 17/03/12 13:49:39.83 HESE 304.7300 -26.2380 73.79 0.0000e+00 0.0000e+00 8858.64 0.78 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
38561326_128672 16/11/03 09:07:31.12 HESE 40.8252 +12.5592 66.00 0.0000e+00 0.0000e+00 7546.05 0.30 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
38561326_128672 16/11/03 09:07:31.12 HESE 40.8740 +12.6159 73.79 0.0000e+00 0.0000e+00 7546.05 0.30 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
58537957_128340 16/08/14 21:45:54.00 HESE 199.3100 -32.0165 89.39 n/a n/a 10431.02 0.12 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
6888376_128290 16/07/31 01:55:04.00 HESE 215.1090 -0.4581 73.79 n/a n/a 15814.74 0.91 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
6888376_128290 16/07/31 01:55:04.00 HESE 214.5440 -0.3347 45.00 n/a n/a 15814.74 0.91 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
67093193_127853 16/04/27 05:52:32.00 HESE 240.5683 +9.3417 35.99 n/a n/a 18883.62 0.92 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
67093193_127853 16/04/27 05:52:32.00 HESE 239.6639 +6.8528 534.00 n/a n/a 18883.62 0.92 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
67093193_127853 16/04/27 05:52:32.00 HESE 239.6639 +6.8528 534.00 n/a n/a 18883.62 -1.00 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.
67093193_127853 16/04/27 05:52:32.00 HESE 239.6639 +6.8528 534.00 n/a n/a 18883.62 -1.00 1 1 AMON_ICECUBE_HESE.


And the EHE events are archived here.

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This file is continuously modified by the gcn program; see the timestamp of the most recent trigger entry in the table.

This file was last modified by a human on 13-Oct-16.