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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 1 September 2000 10.30am EDT

During the last week, Chandra completed the observing schedule as planned.

The observatory passed through the first Earth eclipse of the Fall 2000 season at 11:04pm EDT on 30 Aug (55.5 min) with nominal power and thermal performance. The second eclipse will occur at 2:26pm EDT on 2 Sept (76.0 min), the third at 5:56pm EDT on 5 Sept (84.1 min) and the fourth at 9:30pm EDT on 7 Sept.

A real-time procedure was run on 30 Aug to perform a routine EIA Sequencer self-check.

The planned observations for the coming week are as follows.

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3C 58                   ACIS-S       Sep 4  
AX J0223+4212           ACIS-I
A773                    ACIS-I
Eclipse-3 84.1 min
Radiation Belt                       Sep 5  
A586                    ACIS-I
2A 0335+096             ACIS-S
CL 0024+17              ACIS-S       Sep 6  
Einstein Cross          ACIS-S
SBS 0335-052            ACIS-I
Eclipse-4 84.5 min
Radiation Belt                       Sep 7  
1H 0253+193             ACIS-S       Sep 8  
A383                    ACIS-I
CL J0152.7-1357         ACIS-I
A209                    ACIS-I       Sep 9  
A3667                   ACIS-I
R Aquarii               ACIS-S       Sep 10 
Radiation Belt

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to operate nominally.

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