GCN Circular 31145
E. Berger (Harvard), A. Rouco Escorial, and W. Fong (Northwestern) report on behalf of a larger collaboration: "We observed the location of the short GRB 211106A (GCNC #31049) with the Chandra X-ray Observatory + ACIS-S starting on 2021 November 16.58 UT (10.38 days post-burst) for 19.8 ksec as part of program 22500107 (PI: Berger). Within the XRT error circle (GCNC #31068) we detect a single X-ray source at (J2000): RA = 22:54:20.51 Dec = -53:13:51.2 with a preliminary uncertainty of about 0.8 arcsec. This source is located 3.1" from the center of galaxy #1 at z=0.097 identified in earlier VLT observations (GCNC #31070 and #31075). The angular offset corresponds to a projected physical offset of 5.6 kpc at the redshift of the galaxy. The flux of the X-ray source indicates continued fading with a power law index of about -1. We thank the CXO staff for rapidly scheduling these observations."