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Operations CXO Status Report

Friday 10 May 2013 9.00am EDT

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

The schedule of targets for the next week is shown below and includes an observation of GRB 130502B, which was accepted as a Target of Opportunity on May 7, and a follow-up observation of a new magnetar, which was accepted as a Target of Opportunity on Apr 26.

         NEWMAGNETAR            ACIS-S       May 12
         NGC5331                ACIS-S
         SDSSJ091646.03+2835    ACIS-S
         PSS0926+3055           ACIS-S
         CODEX29284             ACIS-I       May 13
         GRB130502B             ACIS-S
         Radiation Belts
         COSMOSLegacy           ACIS-I
         RXJ0751.3+5012         ACIS-I       May 14
         CODEX53585             ACIS-I       May 15
         SGR1806-20             HRC-S
         Radiation Belts                     May 16
         COSMOSLegacy           ACIS-I
         SAXJ2103.5+4545        ACIS-S       May 17
         BD+284211              HRC-I
         BD+254655              HRC-I
         J1811                  ACIS-I
         PSRJ1741-2054          ACIS-S
         Radiation Belts                     May 18
         A3341                  ACIS-I       May 19
         1E1207.4-5209          ACIS-S
         PSRB1259-63            ACIS-I


All spacecraft subsystems continued to support nominal operations.

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