This page provides a simple Event Display, that can be used to display any event. Once an event is selected its components can be browsed in different tabs.
Different views of the event are available by selecting the corresponding tabs.
In this tab the FADC traces of the 3 PMTs of all triggered stations are displayed. Inactive PMTs are displayed with a signal of 0. Stations determined to be random coincidences and not being part of the event are dimmed and listed at the end.
This tab shows the SD LDF reconstruction: the total signal in the different stations versus the distance of the station to the event core. The signal at 1000m from the core is used as an energy estimate.
The FD camera view of the event is displayed below. The color code corresponds to the time at which the light reaches each pixel. Dark pixels are random coincidences and not used in the reconstruction.
This tab shows the FD reconstructed profile, the energy deposited in the atmosphere as a function of the slant depth crossed by the cosmic ray. The integral of this curve gives a direct measurement of the calorimetric energy, while the depth at which the maximum of the energy deposition occurs is used to infer the primary particle properties.