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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 14 November 2014 9.00am EST

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

A Chandra press release was issued on Nov 13 as a NASA/MSFC press release describing observations of Sagittarius A* (Sgr A*, for short), the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way. Researchers have found evidence that Sgr A* may be generating neutrinos, tiny particles that have virtually no mass and carry no electric charge. These particles are unusual because they can travel across the Universe without being absorbed or deflected. For details see: http://chandra.si.edu/press/14_releases/press_111314.html

The schedule of targets for the next two weeks is shown below and includes observations of PSN J120451.50+265946 and GRB 141028A, which were accepted as Targets of Opportunity on Nov 5 and 11 respectively, and an observation of PSN J12215757+0428185, which was accepted as a Director's Discretionary Time TOO on Nov 4.



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Betelgeuse ACIS-S Nov 16 G141.2+5.0 ACIS-S PSNJ12215757+042818 ACIS-S PSNJ120451.50+26594 ACIS-S Radiation Belts Nov 17 NGC300 ACIS-I SDSSJ020950.70-0005 ACIS-S Nov 18 ChandraDeepField-S ACIS-I Radiation Belts Nov 19 Betelgeuse ACIS-I Nov 20 Tol1214-277 ACIS-S SDSSJ1306+0735 ACIS-S CXOUJ122518.6+14454 ACIS-S ComaCluster HRC-I Nov 21 A1927 ACIS-I J144110.9+251700 ACIS-S 3C292 ACIS-S A2064 ACIS-I SDSSJ163718.64+2740 ACIS-S G38.9-0.44 ACIS-I Nov 22 Radiation Belts ChandraDeepField-S ACIS-I CDFS-WF17 ACIS-I Nov 24 CDFS-WF18 ACIS-I CDFS-WF23 ACIS-I CDFS-WF24 ACIS-I Radiation Belts Arp273 ACIS-S Nov 25 BR0351-1034 ACIS-S Nov 26 GRB141028A ACIS-S MACSJ0416.1-2403 ACIS-I F2M0156-0058 ACIS-I Nov 27 Radiation Belts 1RXSJ021649.0+70355 ACIS-I Nov 28 2FGLJ0340.5+5307 ACIS-I G141.2+5.0 ACIS-S GALEXJ025325.8-0013 ACIS-S ChandraDeepField-S ACIS-I Nov 29 Radiation Belts Nov 30

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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