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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 2 March 2001 11.30am EST

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

Chandra passed through eclipses 4 and 5 of the 2001 Spring season with nominal power and thermal performance.

Real-time procedures were completed during last week to perform the ACA Dark Current Calibration and to check the value of the CPE warm-start count (remained at 1).

The planned observations for the coming week are shown below and include an observation of NGC 3783 coordinated with the Hubble Space Telescope, FUSE, RXTE, and ground based observations. The coordinated portion of the observation will occur between 4.30am and 4.30pm on March 11.

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HDF-N                   ACIS-I       Mar 4
GRB010222               ACIS-S       Mar 5
Coma                    HRC-I
NGC2516                 HRC-I
SN 1999EM               ACIS-S
M31                     ACIS-S       Mar 6
Radiation Belt  
NGC 3079                ACIS-S       Mar 7
0802+103                ACIS-S
NGC 3077                ACIS-S
M31                     ACIS-S       Mar 8  
1642+690                ACIS-S
G21.5-09                ACIS-I
G21.5-09                HRC-I
G21.5-09                HRC-S
RXJ1242-1119            ACIS-S       Mar 9  
Radiation Belt
NGC 3783                ACIS-S/HETG  Mar 9  
Radiation Belt                       Mar 11

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to operate nominally.

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