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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 20 March 2009 9.00am EDT

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

The Chandra Cycle 11 proposal deadline was March 17. The initial count shows 668 GO proposals were received in addition to 43 GTO proposals, a slight increase over Cycle 10. The total time oversubscription factor for the cycle is approximately five.

The schedule of targets for the next week is shown below.

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Radiation Belts                     Mar 22
XTEJ1701-462           ACIS-S       Mar 23
RCS1447+0949           ACIS-S
SDSSJ092640.67+0236    ACIS-S
SDSSJ1017+0156         ACIS-S
A1795                  ACIS-I
XTEJ1701-462           ACIS-S
IC860                  ACIS-S       Mar 24
XTEJ1701-462           ACIS-S
CasACCO                HRC-S
IC5169                 ACIS-I       Mar 25
Radiation Belts
XTEJ1701-462           ACIS-S
0144-522               ACIS-S       Mar 26
CasACCO                HRC-S
PG1115+080             ACIS-S       Mar 27
Radiation Belts
WR147                  ACIS-S/HETG  Mar 28
CasACCO                HRC-S
PSRJ2051-0827          ACIS-S       Mar 30

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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