The ChaMPlane survey is being conducted at the
Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics.
The remarkable resolution (~< 1 arcsec), sensitivity (~> 10X
deeper than ROSAT), energy range (0.1 - 10 keV) of Chandra will allow
a unique survey of the Galaxy to be conducted by analysis of
serendipitous sources in deep Chandra galactic fields. Such a survey
would greatly extend the limited Einstein Galactic Plane Survey (Hertz
and Grindlay, 1984, ApJ, 278, 137 (HG84)) and the recently released,
but confusion-limited (in galactic plane), ROSAT all sky survey
(cf. Voges et al, IAUC 7432) by orders of magnitude in both
sensitivity and ready identifications. As the premier high resolution
X-ray imager for at least the next decade, it is timely to plan for
analysis of the (many) Chandra galactic fields now to begin the
creation of this legacy database and statistical understanding of the
accreting binary (white dwarf, neutron star and black hole) as well as
stellar coronal x-ray content of the Galaxy.