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Suzaku Long-Term Schedule: 2006 May-2006 Sep

(Version 2006 April 25)


Following is the tentative long-term schedule of observations for the first half of the Suzaku AO-1 period. Even though the mission operation team will attempt to minimize any deviations from this schedule, it is nevertheless subject to change for a number of reasons. In particular, there are a number of pre-approved Target Of Opportunity (TOO) observations which may be inserted into the schedule at short notice.

Week OfTargetExposureRA (deg)Dec (deg)

May 1

    
  4U1907+09 60.0287.408 9.830
 A3667_NW_RELIC 95.0302.525-56.375
 A3667_NW_17OFF 20.0302.848-56.613
 A3667_CENTER 20.0303.171-56.850
  73P/SW3 5.0 21.035-10.151
  BETA LYR 20.0282.520 33.363

May 8

    
  M81 100.0148.888 69.065
 MONOGEM RING WEST 50.0118.354 8.251
 CYGNUS_LOOP_P9 12.0313.140 32.490
 CYGNUS_LOOP_P10 10.0312.880 32.300
 CYGNUS_LOOP_P12 7.0313.430 31.550
  IIZW108 11.0318.526 2.569
  BETA LYR 20.0282.520 33.363
 CYGNUS_LOOP_P1 18.0314.410 31.110
 CYGNUS_LOOP_P2 14.0314.310 31.460
  73P/SW3 20.0 21.035-10.151
 SDSSJ084234.9+362 120.0130.645 36.417

May 15

    
  BETA LYR 20.0282.520 33.363
  CYGNUS X-2 37.0326.172 38.322
  LOCKMAN HOLE 80.0162.937 57.267
  1ES1218+304 80.0185.341 30.177

May 22

    
  CYGNUS_LOOP_P3 11.0314.070 31.250
  CYGNUS_LOOP_P4 11.0313.920 31.540
  CYGNUS_LOOP_P5 12.0313.670 31.340
  CYGNUS_LOOP_P8 5.0313.230 32.180
  1ES 1959+650 100.0299.999 65.149
  CYGNUS_LOOP_P6 11.0313.680 31.760
  CYGNUS_LOOP_P7 11.0313.490 31.980
  1ES 1101-232 55.0165.907-23.492
  BL LACERTAE 50.0330.680 42.278
  CH CYG 35.0291.058 50.170

May 29

    
  CYGNUS LOOP 40.0314.000 31.997
  1ES1426+428 60.0217.135 42.674
 SWIFT J0138.6-4001 20.0 24.655-40.011
  COMA RADIO HALO 180.0194.957 27.966

June 5

    
  CAR-D1 75.0162.017-59.596
 COMA CLUSTER OFF 80.0194.700 27.954
  73P/SW3 35.0 ---- ----
 SWIFTJ1010.1-5747 20.0152.525-57.783
 GALACTIC PLANE 111 75.0347.947 61.940
  GB1428+4217 50.0217.599 42.077

June 12

    
  SN 1987A 40.0 83.867-69.270
  KAZ 102 40.0270.870 67.636
  NGC 4992 40.0197.273 11.634
  NGC3923 120.0177.757-28.806
 SNR G93.3+6.9 CTR 20.0313.000 55.283
 SNR G93.3+6.9 S1 15.0313.208 55.483

June 19

    
 SNR G93.3+6.9 S2 15.0312.792 55.450
 SNR G93.3+6.9 S3 15.0313.271 55.236
 SNR G93.3+6.9 S4 15.0312.854 55.203
 MARKARIAN 335 150.0 1.581 20.203
  NGC 3783 75.0174.757-37.739
  TYCHO SNR 100.0 6.335 64.138

June 26

    
 TYCHO SNR HXD BK 50.0 11.750 65.500
  M106 100.0184.740 47.304
  RX J1347.5-1145 150.0206.877-11.753

July 3

    
  A2572B 21.0349.612 18.724
 VELA X (REGION A) 60.0128.750-45.400
  NGC 5044 20.0198.850-16.386
 NGC 5044 OFFSET1 60.0198.850-16.136
 NGC 5044 OFFSET2 60.0199.110-16.386

July 10

    
  MRK 273 80.0206.175 55.887
  NGC4418 70.0186.729 0.878
 SWIFT J0255.2-0011 80.0 43.796 0.181

July 17

    
 VELA PULSAR/PWN 1 60.0128.836-45.176
 VELA PULSAR/PWN 3 20.0128.625-45.800
  BO 375 30.0 11.440 41.662
 CIRCINUS GALAXY 100.0213.291-65.339
  A1831 18.0209.802 27.978
  A1800 17.0207.365 28.106
 1ES 1553+113 55.0238.929 11.190

July 24

    
  A272 21.0 28.766 33.898
  Z235 20.0 10.967 24.402
  A2061 14.0230.314 30.655
  NGC 507 80.0 20.917 33.256
 1E1207.4-5209 120.0182.503-52.441
 PERSEUS CL OFF 120.0 49.950 41.512

July 31

    
  AB DOR 80.0 82.187-65.448
  MRK 1073 40.0 48.756 42.036
 1RX J154814.5-452 80.0237.060-45.479

August 7

    
  NGC 5506 150.0213.312 -3.208
  PKS 1510-089 120.0227.537 -8.913

August 14

    
  ABELL 2204 55.0248.196 5.573
  MKN 841 100.0226.005 10.438
  IGR J16318-4848 100.0247.967-48.808

August 21

    
  T CRB 50.0239.876 25.920
  AWM7 20.0 43.633 41.587
  AWM7 EAST OFFSET 40.0 44.035 41.587
  AWM7 WEST OFFSET 40.0 43.232 41.587
  RCW 86 60.0221.250-62.367

August 28

    
 HESS J1614-518 50.0243.581-51.745
 HESS J1614-518 BG 50.0242.012-52.435
  V893 SCO 20.0243.812-28.626
 HESS J1718-385 15.0259.554-38.606
 HESS J1731-347 30.0263.021-34.770
 IGRJ16493-4348 20.0252.337-43.810
 IGRJ16465-4507 20.0251.648-45.118
  GRO J1655-40 40.0253.500-39.846

September 4

    
 HESS J1745-303 50.0266.260-30.370
  CTB 37B 80.0258.490-38.200
 GC_SGR_B_NORTH 100.0266.657-28.380
 GC_SGR_B_EAST 100.0267.022-28.352

September 11

    
  PDS 456 150.0262.082-14.266
 1E 1841-045 100.0280.331 -4.936
  GC SOUTH 130.0266.500-29.168

September 18

    
  GC SOUTH BGD 50.0266.188-28.906
  XTE J1550-564 40.0237.745-56.477
  IGRJ16195-4945 40.0244.873-49.761
  A566 20.0106.093 63.275
  APM 08279+5255 300.0127.923 52.755


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