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High resolution coronal images from the 11 September 1989 flight of the NIXT (Normal Incidence X-ray Telescope) and a series of simultaneous high resolution Big Bear Magnetograms are discussed as part of an on going investigation of X-ray bright points. The NIXT and BBSO images are aligned and the evolution of the magnetic fields associated with coronal features were monitored over the experimental time frame. An analysis of the relationship between the X-ray bright points and the time resolved BBSO magnetograms is presented. Bright points are associated with both converging and diverging magnetic bi-poles.
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