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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 4 September 2009 9.00am EDT

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

A real-time procedure was conducted on Aug 28 to uplink new daily loads to the spacecraft. The previously running loads had been stopped due to one incorrect load segment have been loaded as reported last week. A second real-time procedure was executed on Sep 2 to perform a routine self-check of the Electrical Interface Assembly (EIA) Sequencer.

The schedule of targets for the next week is shown below and includes the first use of the HETG since the HETG retract switch anomaly of July 7 and an observation of NGC7457 coordinated with the VLA.

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EtaCar                 ACIS-S/HETG  Sep  6
SPT-CL0000-5010        ACIS-I       Sep  7
Radiation Belts
SNR1987A               ACIS-S/HETG  Sep  8
CentaurusA             ACIS-S
2PIGG_1752             ACIS-I       Sep  9
SDSSJ214000.49+1209    ACIS-S
MACSJ2135.2-0102       ACIS-I
2PIGG_1752             ACIS-I       Sep 10
RXJ1713.7-3946NW       ACIS-I
Radiation Belts
NGC7457                ACIS-S       Sep 11
RXJ0720-3125           HRC-S/LETG
A208                   ACIS-S
IC1860                 ACIS-S       Sep 12
PMNJ2219-2719          ACIS-S

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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