Provide information about resources and points of contact for multiwavelength observations involving the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope Large Area Telescope (LAT). Coordinate multiwavelength observations needed by the science groups. Maximize use of supporting observations and minimize duplication of effort.
N.B. This area can be viewed (but not edited) by the PUBLIC, although some links require a password.
Some Known Multiwavelength Campaigns
Source (link to more information)
2023 November - 2024 June - Current
2023 February - 2023 September
2022 December - 2023 June
2022 January - 2022 October
2022 January - 2022 June
2021 March - 2021 September
2020 November - 2021 Jun
2020 June - 2020 September
2019 Nov. - 2020 June
2019 March - 2019 Sept.
2018 Dec. - 2019 June
2018 April - 2018 Sept.
2017 Dec. - 2018 May
2017 April - 2017 Aug
2016 Nov - 2017 May
2016 March - 2016 September
2015 Dec - 2016 May
|1H 0323+342: Multi-frequency campaign||2015 August - 2015 December|
2015 January - 2015 May
2014 March - 2014 August
2013 Dec - 2014 May
2013 April - 2013 August
2012 Dec - 2013 June
2012 Feb - 2012 July
2011 Dec - 2012 June
2011 March - 2011 Sep.
2010 Dec - 2011 Dec
2010 Nov. -2011 Feb.
2009 Dec - 2010 Dec
2009 Mar (end) - June (end)
2009 Mar (mid) - July (end)
2009 Jan (end) - Mar (mid)
2009 Jan (end) - May (end)
2008 Sep (end) - Nov (beginning)
2008 Aug 20 - Sep 10
- List of the pulsars being timed
- Here is the PTC MoU: LAT-MD-09047-01b.pdf
- MoU between Fermi LAT and FAST = The Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope, a 500 meter diameter (300 meter illuminated) dish located in the south of China.
(Link accessible only by LAT team members). Here is RadioSearchMoUv4.pdf, the PSC MoU, from 2008 December 13 (link accessible by all).
Blazar Monitoring List - Matt Lister's cross-reference list of which blazars are being monitored at radio and optical wavelengths.
- Steward Observatory Linear Polarization Monitoring of these Sources
- SMARTS Optical/IR Monitoring of these Sources
- Swift XRT Monitoring of these Sources
- Whole Earth Blazar Telescope (WEBT) - GLAST-AGILE Support Program (GASP)
- Form for Participation in a LAT Multiwavelength Campaign (pdf, Word)
- List of LAT Contact Scientists for Individual Sources
Fermi Science Support Center (FSSC) Multiwavelength Information
Use this form if you are conducting a campaign and want to alert the Fermi Project Scientist that you prefer not to have a Target of Opportunity declared while you are observing. Please note that this form is independent of the form (above) for participation in a LAT Multiwavelength campaign.
Some General Multiwavelength Resources
- High Energy Astrophysics Science Archive Research Center (HEASARC)
- ASI Science Data Center (ASDC)
- INTEGRAL Science Data Center HEAVENS
- Other Useful Links - Including Multiwavelength Pages
Proposal submissions and information (not for planning purposes):
- RXTE Proposals
- Suzaku Proposals
- XMM Proposals
- Chandra Proposals
- Swift Proposals
- INTEGRAL Proposals
- NOAO Proposals
- ESO Proposals
- Spitzer Proposals
- Radio Proposals
- Other Proposals
Please visit the web page (put together by Greg Taylor, Matthias Kadler and Lars Fuhrmann) summarizing the current/planned radio observation programs devoted to gamma-ray blazars.
The IR-Optical-UV Connection - A Collection of Optical and IR Resources
The Steward Observatory optical monitoring program follows photometry and polarization for a number of blazars and makes data available to the public. Please visit their site HERE.
The SMARTS telescope (CTIO) optical monitoring site for Fermi blazars is HERE. This group monitors a selected list of Fermi blazars with data that are made public. Both light curves and photometric data are presented. - E. Ferrara
The Catalina Real-time Transient Survey has a regularly updated set of light curves for Fermi LAT blazars. These results can be found HERE. This survey also posts information about transients. The main web page is HERE.
The AKARI (ASTRO-F) Infrared source catalog is now available:
Please see THIS LINK
The Tuorla Observatory monitors a number of blazars and makes optical light curves available HERE
The KAIT telescope has white light (~R) monitoring of ~160 bright LAT Blazars. The light curves can be seen HERE
Monitoring of many LAT blazars is also done in four colors by the Goddard Robotic Telescope with results available HERE
The X-Ray Connection - Links to useful X-ray resources
The TeV Connection - This is a section for discussions of LAT-TeV common interests
A useful link. HERE is a Web-based tool that gives information about observability of sources with the CANGAROO TeV telescope. Courtesy of the CANGAROO team.
H.E.S.S. Source Catalog
TeV source catalog, maintained by the VERITAS group The VERITAS point-of-contact for exchanges of pulsar timing solutions with the LAT collaboration is email@example.com of Purdue University.
TeV source catalog, maintained by R.Wagner from MAGIC
TeV source catalog, maintained by M.Mori from Cangaroo
- Includes news about multiwavelength activities