In the multi-messenger era, space and ground-based observatories usually develop real-time analysis (RTA) pipelines to rapidly detect transient events and promptly share information with the scientific community to enable follow-up observations. These pipelines can also react to science alerts shared by other observatories through networks such as the Gamma-Ray Coordinates Network (GCN) and the Astronomer's Telegram (ATels). AGILE is a space mission launched in 2007 to study X-ray and gamma-ray phenomena. This contribution presents the technologies used to develop two types of AGILE pipelines using the RTApipe framework and an overview of the main scientific results. The first type performs automated analyses on new AGILE data to detect transient events and automatically sends AGILE notices to the GCN network. Since May 2019, this pipeline has sent more than 50 automated notices with a few minutes delay since data arrival. The second type of pipeline reacts to multi-messenger external alerts (neutrinos, gravitational waves, GRBs, and other transients) received through the GCN network and performs hundreds of analyses searching for counterparts in all AGILE instruments' data. The AGILE Team uses these pipelines to perform fast follow-up of science alerts reported by other facilities, which resulted in the publishing of several ATels and GCN circulars....

The AGILE real-time analysis pipelines in the multi-messenger era / Parmiggiani, Nicolò; Bulgarelli, Andrea; Ursi, Alessandro; Fioretti, Valentina; Baroncelli, Leonardo; Addis, Antonio; Di Piano, Ambra; Pittori, Carlotta; Verrecchia, Francesco; Lucarelli, Fabrizio; Tavani, Marco; Beneventano, Domenico. - (2022), p. 933. ((Intervento presentato al convegno ICRC2021 tenutosi a Berlin, Germany nel 2-23 July 2021 [10.22323/1.395.0933].

The AGILE real-time analysis pipelines in the multi-messenger era

Di Piano, Ambra;Beneventano, Domenico
2022-01-01

Abstract

In the multi-messenger era, space and ground-based observatories usually develop real-time analysis (RTA) pipelines to rapidly detect transient events and promptly share information with the scientific community to enable follow-up observations. These pipelines can also react to science alerts shared by other observatories through networks such as the Gamma-Ray Coordinates Network (GCN) and the Astronomer's Telegram (ATels). AGILE is a space mission launched in 2007 to study X-ray and gamma-ray phenomena. This contribution presents the technologies used to develop two types of AGILE pipelines using the RTApipe framework and an overview of the main scientific results. The first type performs automated analyses on new AGILE data to detect transient events and automatically sends AGILE notices to the GCN network. Since May 2019, this pipeline has sent more than 50 automated notices with a few minutes delay since data arrival. The second type of pipeline reacts to multi-messenger external alerts (neutrinos, gravitational waves, GRBs, and other transients) received through the GCN network and performs hundreds of analyses searching for counterparts in all AGILE instruments' data. The AGILE Team uses these pipelines to perform fast follow-up of science alerts reported by other facilities, which resulted in the publishing of several ATels and GCN circulars....
29-lug-2021
ICRC2021
Berlin, Germany
2-23 July 2021
933
Parmiggiani, Nicolò; Bulgarelli, Andrea; Ursi, Alessandro; Fioretti, Valentina; Baroncelli, Leonardo; Addis, Antonio; Di Piano, Ambra; Pittori, Carlotta; Verrecchia, Francesco; Lucarelli, Fabrizio; Tavani, Marco; Beneventano, Domenico
The AGILE real-time analysis pipelines in the multi-messenger era / Parmiggiani, Nicolò; Bulgarelli, Andrea; Ursi, Alessandro; Fioretti, Valentina; Baroncelli, Leonardo; Addis, Antonio; Di Piano, Ambra; Pittori, Carlotta; Verrecchia, Francesco; Lucarelli, Fabrizio; Tavani, Marco; Beneventano, Domenico. - (2022), p. 933. ((Intervento presentato al convegno ICRC2021 tenutosi a Berlin, Germany nel 2-23 July 2021 [10.22323/1.395.0933].
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