Weather Report for December 9, 2010

A fine night to finish the extended observing campaign 23 for Fermi. This bonus night for the program started with very thin cirrus scattered all over the sky. The cirrus dissipated/moved off in the first few hours. The sky was clear for the remainder of the night and operations proceeded unhindered for the entire night. Seeing generally varied between 1 and 1.5 arcsec. The project will now switch over to the 2.3m Bok Telescope for the next three campaigns beginning at the start of 2011. Happy Holidays and New Year!