Chandra X-Ray Observatory (CXC)

Cycle 14 Approved LP/XVP Proposals

   Prop#  P.I.                     Type  App.Time  Title
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14200176  Huenemoerder               LP    450.00  Wolf-Rayet Winds at High Spectral Resolution
14200631  Corcoran                   LP    500.00  Occultation Measurements of the Embedded Wind Shock Distribution in the Nearest Eclipsing O-star Binary
14200801  Kastner                    LP    670.00  COMPACT AND DIFFUSE X-RAY SOURCES IN THE YOUNGEST PLANETARY NEBULAE
14400870  Zezas                     XVP   1100.00  The Small Magellanic Cloud - A Case Study of X-ray Populations at Low Metallicity
14500153  Romani                    XVP   1300.00  A Legacy Study of the Relativistic Shocks of PWNe
14500702  Slane                      LP    375.00  A Detailed Study of the Composite Supernova Remnant MSH 11-62
14500725  Reynolds                   LP    400.00  G11.2-0.3: Core-Collapse Supernova Progenitors, Cosmic Rays, and Pulsar-Wind Nebulae
14500928  Kargaltsev                 LP    500.00  A comparative study of two outstanding pulsar tails
14700473  Kochanek                   LP    810.00  ENERGY DEPENDENT X-RAY MICROLENSING AND THE STRUCTURE OF QUASARS
14700824  Haggard                    LP    300.00  Joint Chandra/XMM/EVLA Monitoring of the Gas Cloud G2 as it Encounters Sgr A*
14700854  Sanders                    LP    435.00  C-GOALS: The Chandra-RBGS Survey of a Complete Sample of Major-Merger LIRGs
14800360  Tozzi                      LP    380.00  Extreme constraints on ICM physics and cosmology: a deep observation of XMMUJ0044, the most distant massive cluster
14800365  Jones                     XVP    988.00  A Chandra-Planck Legacy Program for Massive Clusters of Galaxies
14800434  Randall                    LP    350.00  A Detailed Study of the Longest Known Ram Pressure Stripped Tail with Deep Chandra Observations of M86
14800815  Werner                     LP    500.00  Resolving the nearest cold front in the sky: the cleanest experimental tool to study detailed ICM physics
14900904  Civano                    XVP   2800.00  The COSMOS Legacy Survey

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