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Collaboration

53 research institutions from twelve countries have signed the agreement for the international R&D collaboration for a future wide field-of-view gamma ray observatory in the southern hemisphere. The aim of the collaboration is to develop, over the next three years, a detailed proposal for the implementation of such an observatory, including site selection and technology choices. The partner countries of the Southern Wide field-of-view Gamma-ray Observatory (SWGO) are Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Peru, Portugal, South Korea, the United Kingdom, and the United States of America, creating a worldwide community around the project. In addition, there are 32 supporting scientists from 11 countries. countries involved in SWGO


Spokespersons

Spokesperson: Jim Hinton

Vice-spokespersons: Petra Huentemeyer, Ulisses Barres

Institutes Per Country

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

Czech Republic

Germany

Italy

Mexico

Portugal

Peru

South Korea

United Kingdom

United States of America

collaboration.txt · Last modified: 2021/03/16 08:15 by swgowikiadmin