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Accepted Cycle 8 Large / Very Large Proposals

Proposal NumberSubject CategoryPI NameTypeTime
(Ks)
Title
08200704STARS AND WDBrickhouseLP500Accretion or a Corona? Definitive Observations of the Young Accreting Star TW Hydrae
08300134WD BINARIES AND CVHoogerwerfLP500Testing the Physics of Magnetic Accretion: EX Hydrae from the Shock to the White Dwarf Surface
08500520SN, SNR AND ISOLATED NSMcCrayLP300SPATIALLY RESOLVED LETG SPECTROMETRY OF SNR1987A
08500758SN, SNR AND ISOLATED NSHughesLP150A Deep Chandra Observation of the Tycho Supernova Remnant
08620985NORMAL GALAXIES: X-RAY POPULATIONSChuLP300Massive Star Formation and Energy Feedback in the Starburst Region N11
08700512ACTIVE GALAXIES AND QUASARSKraftVLP600Jets, Bubbles, Binaries, and Hot Gas: A Deep Observation of Centaurus A
08700551ACTIVE GALAXIES AND QUASARSSandersLP390The Chandra-RBGS Survey of a Complete Sample of Luminous Infrared Galaxies
08700916ACTIVE GALAXIES AND QUASARSNowakLP320The Definitive Chandra Observations of NGC 4258
08800952CLUSTERS OF GALAXIESMulchaeyLP440A Complete Baryon Census in a Nearby Galaxy Group
08900073EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYSElvisVLP1800THE CHANDRA-COSMOS SURVEY
08900745EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYSAlexanderLP400The Chandra Deep Proto-cluster Field: Black-Hole Growth and Feedback in Dense Environments
08900784EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYSTreuLP453.6The Duty Cycle of Supermassive Black Holes: X-raying Virgo

Subject Category: STARS AND WD

Proposal Number: 08200704

Title: Accretion or a Corona? Definitive Observations of the Young Accreting Star TW Hydrae

PI Name: Nancy Brickhouse

We propose a 500 ks observation of the prototypical accreting young star TW Hydrae to determine whether the X-ray emission is from a hot corona or an accretion shock. In the short archival spectrum, O VII and Ne IX forbidden to intercombination lines signal either extremely high densities that must be associated with a shock, or photoexcitation by UV continuum emission. The definitive measurement for the density is the analogous Mg XI line ratio. We will also measure velocity shifts and line broadening, search for rotational modulation, and determine elemental abundances using standard emission measure distribution techniques. This deep spectrum will probe the density and structure of the magnetic regions associated with the accretion process during star formation.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
11:01:52.00-34:42:16.90TW HyaACIS-SHETG500

Subject Category: WD BINARIES AND CV

Proposal Number: 08300134

Title: Testing the Physics of Magnetic Accretion: EX Hydrae from the Shock to the White Dwarf Surface

PI Name: Ronnie Hoogerwerf

We propose to observe the magnetic Cataclysmic Variable (CV) EX Hydrae with the HETG to make a direct measurement of the temperature and density structure of its accretion columns and study the physics of the shock and subsequent cooling flow. The accretion column structure, crucial to our understanding of accretion physics, remains one of the last unexplored components of CVs and other accreting objects. The accretion columns of EX Hydrae are unobscured and are periodically occulted by the body of the white dwarf, making it the ideal target for this study. We will use high signal-to-noise light curves for individual spectral lines to measure the temperature and density structure. The result will be applicable to a broad range of objects from clusters of galaxies to T Tauri stars.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
12:52:24.20-29:14:56.70EX HydraeACIS-SHETG500

Subject Category: SN, SNR AND ISOLATED NS

Proposal Number: 08500520

Title: SPATIALLY RESOLVED LETG SPECTROMETRY OF SNR1987A

PI Name: Richard McCray

We will obtain a spatially resolved LETG spectrum of the newborn supernova remnant SNR1987A. This observation will complement a 270 ks GTO observation of SNR1987A with the HETG. The proposed observations will provide spatial information to interpret the HETG observations and will measure the spectrum at wavelengths > 15 A where the HETG lacks sensitivity. With a projected source > 3 times brighter than it was during our Cycle 5 observation, we will be able to measure for the first time how the temperature distribution and kinematic velocity of the shocked gas has changed and how these parameters vary spatially around the ring-like source. The proposed observation is part of a large multi-wavelength campaign of observations with Spitzer, HST, and ground-based observatories.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
05:35:28.00-69:16:11.10SNR1987AACIS-SLETG300

Subject Category: SN, SNR AND ISOLATED NS

Proposal Number: 08500758

Title: A Deep Chandra Observation of the Tycho Supernova Remnant

PI Name: John Hughes

We propose to obtain a very deep observation of the Tycho supernova remnant. Our observational goals include measuring the angular expansion of the forward shock and contact discontinuity, investigating the nature and origin of Fe-rich ejecta knots, and studying the spectral structure of the forward shock. For the expansion measurement we will compare to an existing Chandra observation taken in cycle 4 that was specifically optimized for subsequent expansion measurements. Tycho is the ideal remnant for studies of cosmic-ray modified dynamics and investigating key features of Type Ia supernova physics.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
00:25:19.00+64:08:10.00Tycho's SNRACIS-INONE150

Subject Category: NORMAL GALAXIES: X-RAY POPULATIONS

Proposal Number: 08620985

Title: Massive Star Formation and Energy Feedback in the Starburst Region N11

PI Name: You-Hua Chu

The starburst region N11 is the second largest star formation complex in the LMC. It contains four OB associations distributed in a central superbubble and dense HII regions along its periphery, indicating sequential star formation. Spitzer observations have revealed hundreds of massive protostars in N11. The relatively simple structure of N11 makes it an ideal starburst region for detailed study. We request a 300 ks ACIS-I observation of N11 to determine the X-ray properties of point sources and diffuse emission at arcsecond resolution. This deep observation will allow us to study (1) discrete X-ray source population and empirical L_x/L_bol, (2) X-ray emission from protostars, (3) bubbles/superbubbles and stellar energy feedback, and (4) physical structure of a starburst region.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
04:56:31.50-66:27:47.00LHA 120-N 11ACIS-INONE300

Subject Category: ACTIVE GALAXIES AND QUASARS

Proposal Number: 08700512

Title: Jets, Bubbles, Binaries, and Hot Gas: A Deep Observation of Centaurus A

PI Name: Ralph Kraft

We propose to observe Centaurus A, the nearest radio galaxy and the nearest massive early-type galaxy, for 1.2 Ms. We will probe the particle acceleration processes of the jet to an unprecedented sensitivity, by measuring its spectrum and morphology on the scale of radiative energy losses. We also will measure the proper motions and velocity shear of X-ray knots. We will measure the temperature and density structure of the shock around the SW radio lobe to study the hydrodynamics of the lobe/ISM interaction to a level previously seen only in Galactic SNRs. We will detect hundreds of X-ray binaries, probe the GC/LMXB link, and investigate their temporal properties. Finally, we will measure the thermodynamic paramters of the gas and the elemental abundance throughout the ISM.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
13:25:33.00-43:00:11.00Centaurus A JetACIS-INONE600

Subject Category: ACTIVE GALAXIES AND QUASARS

Proposal Number: 08700551

Title: The Chandra-RBGS Survey of a Complete Sample of Luminous Infrared Galaxies

PI Name: David Sanders

We propose a Chandra-ACIS survey of a complete sample of Luminous Infrared Galaxies (LIRGs) with Lir >10^11.5, from the IRAS Revised Bright Galaxy Sample (RBGS). All of these objects are interacting/merging gas-rich spirals. Our new observations will provide a uniform and complete census of AGN and X-ray luminous starbursts in the nearest and brightest LIRGs, and will complement approved Spitzer-IRAC+MIPS, and HST-ACS imaging of the same sample. The results will be used to address the following key questions: are binary AGN a common feature of these LIRGs, and if so, when and at what level is the AGN activity triggered in each nucleus ? and can the fueling and growth of massive black holes be correlated in time with the merger phase ?

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
01:38:52.90-10:27:11.40IRAS F01364-1042ACIS-SNONE15
04:46:49.50-48:33:32.90ESO 203-IG001ACIS-SNONE15
06:27:23.10-47:10:47.00ESO 255-IG007ACIS-SNONE15
07:27:37.60-02:54:54.10IRAS 07251-0248ACIS-SNONE15
09:04:12.70-36:27:01.10IRAS 09022-3615ACIS-SNONE15
09:13:38.80-10:19:20.30IRAS F09111-1007ACIS-SNONE15
10:06:04.80-33:53:15.00IC 2545ACIS-SNONE15
10:20:00.20+08:13:34.00IRAS F10173+0828ACIS-SNONE15
13:15:06.40-55:09:22.70IRAS 13120-5453ACIS-SNONE15
13:15:35.00+62:07:28.80VV 250aACIS-SNONE15
13:20:35.30+34:08:22.20UGC 08387ACIS-SNONE15
14:57:00.70+24:37:02.70VV 340aACIS-SNONE15
16:38:13.20-68:26:42.80ESO 069-IG006ACIS-SNONE15
17:14:20.00+53:10:30.00IRAS F17132+5313ACIS-SNONE15
18:32:41.10-34:11:27.50IRAS F18293-3413ACIS-SNONE15
19:14:30.90-21:19:07.00ESO 593-IG008ACIS-SNONE15
19:56:35.40+11:19:02.60IRAS 19542+1110ACIS-SNONE15
20:57:23.30+17:07:34.30CGCG 448-020ACIS-SNONE15
21:11:30.40+58:23:03.20IRAS 21101+5810ACIS-SNONE15
22:49:39.90-48:50:58.10ESO 239-IG002ACIS-SNONE15
22:51:49.30-17:52:23.50IRAS F22491-1808ACIS-SNONE15
23:21:04.30-69:12:54.00ESO 077-IG014ACIS-SNONE15
05:16:46.40+79:40:12.60VII Zw 031ACIS-SNONE15
08:52:29.90-69:01:58.00ESO 60-IG016ACIS-SNONE15
14:40:59.00-37:04:32.00IRAS F14378-3651ACIS-SNONE15
19:32:21.20-03:59:56.30IRAS F19297-0406ACIS-SNONE15

Subject Category: ACTIVE GALAXIES AND QUASARS

Proposal Number: 08700916

Title: The Definitive Chandra Observations of NGC 4258

PI Name: Michael Nowak

We propose a 320 ksec HETG observation of NGC 4258. This will yield a high S/N nuclear spectra that is uncontaminated by extended emission or pileup. We will measure the fluorescent Kalpha line strength and width, search for low energy emission lines as expected in some ADAF models, and accurately measure the absorbing column. The latter may be probing the warped disk structure. We will search for nuclear flaring, as observed in Sgr A*. The S/N for observations of the `anomalous arms' will be increased over previous observations. The binary population will be surveyed down to an implied isotropic luminosity of 10^36 erg/s. Our observation will be coordinated with the VLA, to further test the "fundamental plane" of black hole radio/X-ray activity.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
12:18:58.00+47:18:14.00NGC 4258ACIS-SHETG320

Subject Category: CLUSTERS OF GALAXIES

Proposal Number: 08800952

Title: A Complete Baryon Census in a Nearby Galaxy Group

PI Name: John Mulchaey

We propose an ACIS-I mosaic of the NGC2563 group to study the X-ray properties of the group galaxies out to the virial radius of the system. The proposed observations will provide important observational constraints on the mechanisms that drive galaxy evolution in groups by allowing us to study how the properties of galaxies vary with distance from the group center, IGM and galaxy density. The Chandra data will allow us to study the hot ISM halos of individual galaxies as well as the more extended intragroup medium component, which combined with our existing optical and HI data will provide a complete census of all of the major baryonic components in the group.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
08:20:23.70+21:05:00.50NGC2563-P1ACIS-INONE50
08:21:32.10+20:49:01.00NGC2563-P2ACIS-INONE30
08:20:23.70+20:49:01.60NGC2563-P3ACIS-INONE30
08:20:23.70+21:20:57.90NGC2563-P5ACIS-INONE30
08:19:15.10+21:04:59.40NGC2563-P6ACIS-INONE30
08:19:15.30+20:49:00.40NGC2563-P7ACIS-INONE30
08:19:15.00+21:20:56.80NGC2563-P8ACIS-INONE30
08:22:40.20+21:02:03.90NGC2563-P9ACIS-INONE30
08:21:32.20+21:04:60.00NGC2563-P10ACIS-INONE30
08:18:50.80+21:42:31.10NGC2563-P11ACIS-INONE30
08:18:00.00+20:49:42.20NGC2563-P12ACIS-INONE30
08:19:17.70+20:33:33.70NGC2563-P13ACIS-INONE30
08:23:16.40+21:23:09.90NGC2563-P14ACIS-INONE30
08:21:32.30+21:20:57.40NGC2563-P4ACIS-INONE30

Subject Category: EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYS

Proposal Number: 08900073

Title: THE CHANDRA-COSMOS SURVEY

PI Name: Martin Elvis

We propose the Chandra-COSMOS survey which will provide an unprecedented combination of contiguous area, depth and resolution. 36 densely tiled observations will cover the central 0.7 sq.deg. COSMOS field to a uniform 200ksec depth. COSMOS explores the coupled evolution of galaxies, dark matter halos and AGNs (massive black holes) largely free of cosmic variance. COSMOS is a comprehensive survey including: HST, Spitzer, Subaru, VLT, Magellan, VLA, MAMBO, GALEX, & potentially EVLA & ALMA. Chandra resolution & sensitivity enables the study of large scale phenomena: (1) influence of the surrounding environment; (2) interaction between galaxies; (3) influence of groups and clusters: (4) BH growth and census; (5) star formation and stellar populations; (6) feedback from starbursts and AGNs.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
10:01:48.80+02:37:23.90C-COSMOS1-1ACIS-INONE50
10:01:16.80+02:37:23.90C-COSMOS1-2ACIS-INONE50
10:00:44.80+02:37:23.90C-COSMOS1-3ACIS-INONE50
09:59:40.80+02:37:23.90C-COSMOS1-5ACIS-INONE50
09:59:08.80+02:37:23.90C-COSMOS1-6ACIS-INONE50
10:01:48.80+02:29:24.00C-COSMOS2-1ACIS-INONE50
10:01:16.80+02:29:24.00C-COSMOS2-2ACIS-INONE50
10:00:12.80+02:29:24.00C-COSMOS2-4ACIS-INONE50
09:59:40.80+02:29:24.00C-COSMOS2-5ACIS-INONE50
09:59:08.80+02:29:24.00C-COSMOS2-6ACIS-INONE50
10:01:48.80+02:21:24.10C-COSMOS3-1ACIS-INONE50
10:00:44.80+02:21:24.10C-COSMOS3-3ACIS-INONE50
10:00:12.80+02:21:24.10C-COSMOS3-4ACIS-INONE50
09:59:40.80+02:21:24.10C-COSMOS3-5ACIS-INONE50
09:59:08.80+02:21:24.10C-COSMOS3-6ACIS-INONE50
10:01:48.80+02:13:23.90C-COSMOS4-1ACIS-INONE50
10:01:16.80+02:13:23.90C-COSMOS4-2ACIS-INONE50
10:00:44.80+02:13:23.90C-COSMOS4-3ACIS-INONE50
10:00:12.80+02:13:23.90C-COSMOS4-4ACIS-INONE50
09:59:40.80+02:13:23.90C-COSMOS4-5ACIS-INONE50
09:59:08.80+02:13:23.90C-COSMOS4-6ACIS-INONE50
10:01:48.80+02:05:24.00C-COSMOS5-1ACIS-INONE50
10:01:16.80+02:05:24.00C-COSMOS5-2ACIS-INONE50
10:00:44.80+02:05:24.00C-COSMOS5-3ACIS-INONE50
10:00:12.80+02:05:24.00C-COSMOS5-4ACIS-INONE50
09:59:40.80+02:05:24.00C-COSMOS5-5ACIS-INONE50
09:59:08.80+02:05:24.00C-COSMOS5-6ACIS-INONE50
10:01:48.80+01:57:24.10C-COSMOS6-1ACIS-INONE50
10:01:16.80+01:57:24.10C-COSMOS6-2ACIS-INONE50
10:00:44.80+01:57:24.10C-COSMOS6-3ACIS-INONE50
10:00:12.80+01:57:24.10C-COSMOS6-4ACIS-INONE50
09:59:40.80+01:57:24.10C-COSMOS6-5ACIS-INONE50
09:59:08.80+01:57:24.10C-COSMOS6-6ACIS-INONE50
10:00:12.80+02:37:23.90C-COSMOS1-4ACIS-INONE50
10:00:44.80+02:29:24.00C-COSMOS2-3ACIS-INONE50
10:01:16.80+02:21:24.10C-COSMOS3-2ACIS-INONE50

Subject Category: EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYS

Proposal Number: 08900745

Title: The Chandra Deep Proto-cluster Field: Black-Hole Growth and Feedback in Dense Environments

PI Name: David Alexander

Deep X-ray surveys have revolutionized our understanding of the growth of black holes (SMBH). But these surveys only sample low-density regions at high-z due to their limited solid angle. There is no comparably sensitive X-ray census of AGN in high-density regions at high-z. Such environments evolve into the most massive clusters at z=0, regions which exhibit remarkable trends in galaxy properties - which may reflect early interactions between SMBHs and their host galaxies. A survey of a proto-cluster at high-z would provide a unique view of the interplay of the growth of galaxies and their SMBHs. Here we propose a 400ks survey of the best-studied proto-cluster at high-z, to enable the first definitive study of the growth of SMBHs and their host galaxies in a dense, young, environment.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
22:17:35.90+00:15:58.90SSA22 ProtoclusterACIS-INONE400

Subject Category: EXTRAGALACTIC DIFFUSE EMISSION AND SURVEYS

Proposal Number: 08900784

Title: The Duty Cycle of Supermassive Black Holes: X-raying Virgo

PI Name: Tommaso Treu

Nuclear accretion on to super-massive black holes (SMBHs) plays a key role in the evolution of their host galaxies, as inferred from the ubiquity of SMBHs and the correlations between BH mass, and host mass and velocity dispersion. A fundamental unadressed issue is the actual distribution of accretion rates; we propose snapshot observations of an unbiased sample of 84 early-type galaxies in the Virgo cluster. Together with joint Spitzer 24 um observations, and publicly available HST-ACS and UV data, this survey will probe low-level nuclear activity over four orders of magnitude in black hole mass, thereby delivering the first unbiased census of the duty cycle of local SMBHs.

R.A. Dec. Target Name Det. Grating Exp.Time
12:28:03.90+09:48:14.001062ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:52:17.50+11:18:50.002092ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:19:45.40+12:47:54.30369ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:24:55.50+11:42:15.00759ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:36:53.40+07:14:47.001692ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:27:40.50+13:04:44.201030ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:44:31.90+11:11:25.102000ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:36:24.80+10:23:04.601661ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:23:35.30+16:43:22.30654ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:42:47.40+11:26:33.001938ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:30:17.40+12:19:43.901279ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:37:30.60+09:33:18.801720ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:19:30.60+14:52:41.40355ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:35:30.60+12:13:15.401619ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:41:32.70+07:18:53.001883ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:29:53.50+14:04:07.001242ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:25:14.70+15:36:27.20784ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:34:06.10+11:19:17.001537ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:25:12.30+14:45:43.80778ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:25:41.70+12:48:38.00828ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:29:59.10+12:20:55.001250ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:35:38.00+12:15:50.501630ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:28:57.60+13:14:30.801146ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:27:36.70+08:09:14.801025ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:30:40.60+09:00:55.901303ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:42:10.70+07:40:37.001913ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:30:57.60+12:16:17.201327ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:28:43.40+11:45:21.001125ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:33:05.00+16:15:55.901475ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:30:18.40+13:34:40.901283ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:30:10.40+10:46:46.101261ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:24:05.00+11:13:06.00698ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:32:14.20+10:15:05.001422ACIS-SNONE5.4
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12:41:15.70+11:23:13.501871ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:09:22.30+13:59:33.109ACIS-SNONE5.4
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12:42:08.70+11:45:14.901910ACIS-SNONE5.4
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12:32:23.40+11:15:46.201431ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:33:51.60+13:19:21.301528ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:36:54.90+12:31:12.501695ACIS-SNONE5.4
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12:20:48.80+17:29:13.40437ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:11:07.80+14:16:29.8033ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:16:33.70+13:01:53.10200ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:22:41.10+07:57:01.10571ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:10:23.20+10:11:17.6021ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:33:13.40+09:23:49.801488ACIS-SNONE5.4
12:39:04.70+14:43:51.501779ACIS-SNONE5.4
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12:34:11.50+12:02:55.901545ACIS-SNONE5.4
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12:32:02.70+11:53:24.801407ACIS-SNONE5.4
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