The Treasure Map is designed to help coordinate electromagnetic followup of gravitational-wave (GW) events. It allows observers to easily report their planned and executed observations in search of counterparts to GW events, and to query the reports of other observers, in a programatic way. The goal is to enable coordination between observatories in order to minimize unnecessary overlap in these searches and find the counterpart as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
Please register for an account, so that you can programatically query the Treasure Map.
For more details on how to use the Treasure Map see our User Guide.
The Treasure Map is being designed and developed by:
Samuel Wyatt, University of Arizona
Aaron Tohuvavohu, University of Toronto
Iair Arcavi, Tel Aviv University
Dave Sand, University of Arizona
D. Andrew Howell, Las Cumbres Observatory
Michael Lundquist, University of Arizona
Curtis McCully, Las Cumbres Observatory
Austin Riba, Las Cumbres Observatory
Please direct any general inqueries to Iair Arcavi.
If you use the Treasure Map in your research, please cite arXiv:2001.00588 in addition to the circulars and/or papers of the teams whose pointing information you use.
|Swift X-ray Telescope||7436|
|Swift Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope||6240|
|Gravitational-wave Optical Transient Observer (GOTO-4 prototype)||2714|
|Canada France Hawaii Telescope MegaPrime||65|
|Wise observatory C28 Jay Baum Rich telescope||32|
|Swift Burst Alert Telescope||31|
|Wise observatory C18 telescope||24|
|Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder||5|
|High Energy Stereoscopic System||3|
|Time of Signal||2019-04-25 08:18:05.020442 UTC|
|False Alarm Rate||once per 69833.73 years|
|Distance||157.965 +/- 43.232 Mpc|
|Classification (CBC Only)|