Correction: Chandra x-ray observatory website URL

June 16, 1999

The correct web address for the Chandra X-ray Observatory website is:

/www.msfc.nasa.gov/news/chandra/chandra.html

A media advisory distributed Tuesday, June 15 -- pointing to the new online site that provides the latest status on NASA's newest telescope -- listed an incorrect web address.

We regret the error.
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