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The target - ESO137-G034 - is being observed by ACIS-S for 10 hours. The observation started 41 minutes ago and ends in 9 hours, and is part of the proposal Extended hard X-ray emission, multi-phase ISM and AGN feedback in Compton-thick AGN ESO137-G034. The target - also called ESO 137-34 - is located in the constellation Norma and is a Seyfert 2 Galaxy. The source is so bright in X-rays that only one-quarter of the chip is used for the observation. More information on the target can be found at SIMBAD. See related observations: 25844, 25846, 25843, 25268.

This is a joint observation with Hubble Space Telescope (HST) (for 33 minutes and 20 seconds). However, it does not necessarily mean that the observations will be done at the same time!