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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 21 January 2011 9.00am EST

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

An aspect camera dark current calibration was performed from the on-board loads on Jan 18. Assessment of the data indicates nominal aspect camera performance and that the number of CCD warm pixels is increasing at the expected rate. A real-time procedure was executed on Jan 20 to update the on-board ephemeris.

Of note last week was the conduct on Jan 19-20 of the Einstein Fellows Peer Review.

The schedule of targets for the next week is shown below

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         CID-42                 HRC-I        Jan 24
         PSRJ1658-53            ACIS-S       Jan 25
         HD157214               ACIS-S
         DR15                   ACIS-I
         Radiation Belts
         ACTJ0102-4915          ACIS-I       Jan 26
         PKS0745-19             ACIS-S       Jan 27
         J104439.4+384541       ACIS-S       Jan 28
         Radiation Belts
         3C438cluster           ACIS-S       Jan 29
         1FGLJ0622.2+3751       ACIS-I
         NGC3367                ACIS-S
         SDSS1004+4112          ACIS-S       Jan 30
         PGC57841               ACIS-S
         3C438cluster           ACIS-S

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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