The Astrophysical Multimessenger Observatory Network (AMON), has developed a real-time multi-messenger alert program. The system performs coincidence analyses of datasets from gamma-ray and neutrino detectors, making the Neutrino-Electromagnetic (NuEM) alert channel. For these analyses, AMON takes advantage of sub-threshold events, i.e., events that by themselves are not significant in the individual detectors. The main purpose of this channel is to search for gamma-ray counterparts of neutrino events. We will describe the different analyses that make-up this channel and present a selection of recent results.
Multi-messenger; gamma rays; neutrinos
|other Collaboration||IceCube, ANTARES, AMON|