Happy New Year! Fermi/Steward Observatory monitoring campaign 34 ends with a clear night, making for a minimum of weather troubles over the 6-night period that finishes efforts during 2011. Very light cirrus present around sunset, especially along the northern horizon, dissipated shortly afterward and photometric skies prevailed through the night. The seeing varied between 1-2 arcsec.
Here is wishing you continued success in 2012
with research related to the Fermi
Gamma-ray Space Telescope
and its associated ground- and space-based multi-wavelength monitoring programs.
The Steward Observatory program picks up again during the latter half of
January 2012 at the Bok Telescope on Kitt Peak, AZ.