The Latin American Giant Observatory (LAGO)


LAGO specific electronics is ready and used to take data of unprecedent quality (December 2011)

Guatemala joins LAGO and a new detector is in operation (June 2011).

LAGO Community wins the 1st ALICE2-CLARA Case Study Award and receives a Network program support from ICTP (December 2010).

First electronics and data analysis workshop in La Paz, Bolivia (December 2010).

A new site in Peru, Marcapomacocha (4450m asl) is under operation (August 2010).

LAGO is considered of scientific, academic and social interest in the Rio Negro province of Argentina, and the LAGO community is selected as part of the COMCLARA 2010 program (May 2010).

The 5th LAGO Workshop was held in Chacaltaya, Bolivia (April 2009).

Peru joins the LAGO Collaboration. Visit of Cusco and Arequipa for the Third School on Cosmic Rays and Astrophysics (September 2008).

Tanks reaching top of Pico Espejo in Mérida, Venezuela (March 2008).

The LAGO DAQ is now running on a SBC (December 2007).

Group picture in front of the first prototype WCD in Mérida, Venezuela (August 2007).

LAGO presentation at the 30th International Cosmic Ray Conference (July 2007).

First data collected at Sierra Negra site (September 2006).

Visit of LAGO scientists at the Chacaltaya Observatory (March 2006).

First LAGO prototype detector turned on (December 2005).

Latin American Giant Observatory (LAGO)