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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 21 June 2013 9.00am EDT

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

Of note this week was the Cycle 15 Peer Review held in Boston, Jun 17-21.

The schedule of targets for the next week is shown below and includes an observation of SN 2013by, which was accepted as a Target of Opportunity on Jun 5, and an observation of XTE J1118+480 coordinated with the EVLA.



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        ESO432-IG006           ACIS-S       Jun 24
        ALPHACEN               HRC-I
        ESO498-006             ACIS-S
        Radiation Belts
        G333.1-0.4             ACIS-I       Jun 25
        DeepField05            ACIS-I
        M31BHXN                ACIS-I       Jun 26
        3C441                  ACIS-S
        CIZAJ0107.7+5408       ACIS-I
        G114.33+64.87          ACIS-I
        Radiation Belts                     Jun 27
        XTEJ1118+480           ACIS-S
        ngc3938                ACIS-I       Jun 28
        G139.19+56.35          ACIS-I
        G275.21+43.92          ACIS-I       Jun 29
        NGC6026                ACIS-S
        Radiation Belts                     Jun 30
        SN2013by               ACIS-S
        IRASF16399-0937        ACIS-S

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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