The target - A2319 - is being observed by ACIS-I for 6 hours and 56 minutes. The observation started 4 hours ago and ends in 3 hours, and is part of the proposal How do Cosmic Plasmas Work? Insights from the Hottest Brightest Cold Front and Gas Perturbations in A2319. The target - also called ACO 2319 - is located in the constellation Cygnus and is a Cluster of Galaxies. More information on the target can be found at SIMBAD.

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