Current skymap catalogs are:
Each will show a skymap, with probability contours on the sky, the position of the sun and moon at any time after the event, a variety of image surveys, with deep zoom. Under "Observation Targets" are relevant catalogs. Checking a box shows sources from a catalog with the size of the symbol proportional to the prior for each source multiplied by the skymap likelihood. Catalogs for binary neutron star follow-up have a prior based on blue magnitude, and catalogs for binary black holes have a prior based on the mass of each source object. The LIGO-Virgo Skymap viewer runs in a browser with no software to install, and is built with AladinLite.
The "Going The Distance" CollectionThis set of simulated skymaps taken from the Going the Distance collection have distance information as a point-by-point mean and standard deviation. The Skymap Viewer will then have a blue text top left, with the overal distance estimate of the 3D skymap. There are a lot more skymaps available at the table of 250 3D skymaps, or the
The First2Years Collection
The list below shows a few skymaps taken from the First2Years simulated data, for compact binary Coalescence (CBC) sources. There are a lot more skymaps available at the table of 1605 2D skymaps, or the
Gallery of Skymaps