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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 14 November 2003 11.30am EST

Last week the observing schedule was resumed at 7:25am on Nov 8 after radiation levels reached acceptable levels following the extreme activity of the last two weeks. A total of 741.7 Ks of science time was lost between 24 Oct and 8 Nov due to 4 load halts.

Real-time procedures were completed on 8 Nov associated with restarting the daily loads following the radiation shutdown.

The observing schedule for the next week is shown below and includes an observation of PKS2155-304 coordinated with XMM-Newton.

AM0644-741 SW Ring     ACIS-S       Nov 17
MACS2214.9-1359        ACIS-I
Radiation Belts
NGC 7457               ACIS-S       Nov 18
MS2137.3-2353          ACIS-S
2255-282               ACIS-S       Nov 19
LBQS 2211-1915         ACIS-S
PMN J2219-2719         ACIS-S
NGC 1386               ACIS-S
PSS 2344+0342          ACIS-S
M74 X-1                ACIS-S       Nov 20
51 Eri                 ACIS-I
Vela Remnant           HRC-I
IRAS FSC 08201+2801    ACIS-S
Radiation Belts
NGC 4486B              ACIS-S       Nov 21
NGC 4564               ACIS-S
NGC 4419               ACIS-S
CL0853+5759            ACIS-I
NGC 1313 X-2           ACIS-S       Nov 22
NGC 2787               ACIS-S
PKS2155-304            ACIS-S/LETG


All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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