A DESGW Search for the Electromagnetic Counterpart to the LIGO/Virgo Gravitational-wave Binary Neutron Star Merger Candidate S190510g

@article{Garcia2020ADS,
  title={A DESGW Search for the Electromagnetic Counterpart to the LIGO/Virgo Gravitational-wave Binary Neutron Star Merger Candidate S190510g},
  author={D. C. Garcia and Robert Morgan and Ken Herner and Antonella Palmese and Marcelle Soares-Santos and J. Annis D. Brout and Anna Katherina Vivas and Alex Drlica-Wagner and Luidhy Santana-Silva and Douglas L. Tucker and Sahar Allam and Matthew P. Wiesner and Juan Garc'ia-Bellido and Mandeep S. S. Gill and Masao Sako and Richard Kessler and Tamara M. Davis and Dan Scolnic and E. F.Olivares and F. Paz-Chinch'on and Nora Sherman and Christopher J. Conselice and H. Y. Chen and Ryan J. Foley and Zoheyr Doctor and J. E. Horvath and D. Andrew Howell and Charles D. Kilpatrick and Jorge Casares and Jeffrey Cooke and Armin Rest and Timothy M. C. Abbott and Michel Aguena and Santiago {\'A}vila and Emmanuel Bertin and S. Bhargava and David Brooks and David L. Burke and Aurelio Carnero Rosell and Matias Carrasco Kind and Jorge Carretero and M. Costanzi and Luiz Nicolaci da Costa and Shantanu Desai and H. Thomas Diehl and J. P. Dietrich and Peter Doel and S. Everett and Brenna L. Flaugher and Pablo Fosalba and Douglas N. Friedel and Joshua A. Frieman and Enrique Gazta{\~n}aga and David W. Gerdes and Daniel Gruen and Robert A. Gruendl and Julia Gschwend and Gaston R. Guti{\'e}rrez and Samuel R. Hinton and Devon L. Hollowood and Klaus Honscheid and David J. James and Kyler W. Kuehn and Nikolay Kuropatkin and Ofer Lahav and M. Lima and Marcio A. G. Maia and M March and Jennifer L. Marshall and Felipe Menanteau and Ramon Miquel and R. L. C. Ogando and Andreas Alejandro Plazas and A. K. Romer and Aaron Roodman and Eusebio S{\'a}nchez and Victor E. Scarpine and Michael S. Schubnell and Santiago Serrano and Ignacio Sevilla-Noarbe and M. Smith and Eric Suchyta and Mollye E. C. Swanson and Gregory G. Tarl{\'e} and D. Thomas and T. N. Varga and Alistair R. Walker and Jagellonian University and University of Wisconsin-Madison and Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory and Kavli Institute for the Physics and University of Chicago and Department of Engineering Physics and Astronomy and University of Pennsylvania and Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory and NSF's National Optical-Infrared Astronomy Research Laboratory and Department of Physics Astronomy and Astrophysics and Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and Valongo Observatory and Ben-Gurion University and Instituto de Fisica Teorica Uamcsic and Universidad Aut'onoma de Madrid and Slac National Accelerator Laboratory and School of Mathematics and Physics and University of Southern Queensland and Duke University and Instituto de Astrofisica de Caanarias and University of Nottingham and School of Cosmic Physics and Swinburne University and Santa Cruz Institute for Particle Physics and IAG-USPBrazil and Las Cumbres Observatory and Ucsc and The Research School of Astronomy and Australian National University and Instituto de Astronom'ia y Ciencias Planetarias and Universidad de Atacama and Institute of Radio Astronomy and University of Cambridge and National Center for Supercomputing Applications and Departamento de Ciencias F'isicas and Universidad Andr'es Bello and Instituto de Astrof'isica and Pontificia Universidad Cat'olica de Chile and Institute of Astrophysics and STScIJHU and Departamento de F'isica Matem'atica and Instituto de F'isica and Universidade de Sao Paulo and Laborat'orio Interinstitucional de e-Astronomia - LIneA and Cnrs and Sorbonne Universit'es and Upmc Univ. Paris and University of Sussex and Department of PhysicsAstronomy and University College London and Kavli Institute for Particle AstrophysicsCosmology and Stanford University and University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and Institut de F'isica d'Altes Energies and The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology and Inaf - Trieste and Institute for Fundamental Physics of the Universe and Observatorio Astron'omico Nacional and Rua Gal. Jos'e Cristino and Iit Hyderabad and Faculty of Physics and Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat and Scheinerstr and Institut d'Estudis Espacials de Catalunya and Institute for Nuclear Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences and University of Michigan and Ann Arbor and Center for Cosmology and Astro-particle Physics and The Ohio State University and Center for AstrophysicsHarvardSmithsonian and Australian Astronomical Optics and Macquarie University and Lowell Observatory and P. George and Cynthia Woods Mitchell Institute for Fundamental Physics and Texas AM University and Instituci'o Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avanccats and Department of Astrophysical Sciences and Princeton University. and Centro de Investigaciones Energ'eticas and Medioambientales y Tecnol'ogicas and University of Southampton and Computer Science and Mathematics Division and Oak Ridge National Laboratory and Institute of Cosmology and Gravitation and University of Portsmouth and Max-Planck-Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics},
  journal={The Astrophysical Journal},
  year={2020}
}
We present the results from a search for the electromagnetic counterpart of the LIGO/Virgo event S190510g using the Dark Energy Camera (DECam). S190510g is a binary neutron star (BNS) merger candidate of moderate significance detected at a distance of 227$\pm$92 Mpc and localized within an area of 31 (1166) square degrees at 50\% (90\%) confidence. While this event was later classified as likely non-astrophysical in nature within 30 hours of the event, our short latency search and discovery… 

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