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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 14 March 2008 8.30am EDT

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

A real-time procedure was completed on 13 Mar to update the on-board Ephemeris.

A Chandra image release was issued on 12 Mar of the Supernova Remnant N132D in the Large Magellanic Cloud. The Chandra data show an oxygen-rich shell whose origin may help constrain the progenitor mass and provide insight into how massive stars explode and enrich the surrounding interstellar medium. For details see: http://chandra.harvard.edu/photo/2008/n132d/

The schedule of targets for the next week is shown below and includes an observation of IC348 coordinated with the VLA.

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Radiation Belts                    Mar 18
XTE J1810-197          ACIS-S
SC1324+3051            ACIS-I      Mar 19
IC 348 - Southwest     ACIS-I
KPD 0005+5106          ACIS-S      Mar 20
140                    ACIS-S
3C293                  ACIS-S
Radiation Belts                    Mar 21
SC1324+3051            ACIS-I
Coma Cluster           ACIS-I
3C300                  ACIS-S      Mar 22
H 1743-322             ACIS-S
MACS1359               ACIS-I
H 1743-322             ACIS-S      Mar 23
Radiation Belts
H 1743-322             ACIS-S      Mar 24

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All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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