Campaign 39 ends with a very good, but cold night. Skies were photometric and seeing varied between 1.2 and 2.2 arcsec, with most of the good seeing during the early portion of the night. A nearly first quarter moon was somewhat bothersome in the early hours, but no planned targets had to be avoided because of the brighter sky.
In general, despite high winds that plagued most of the week, this campaign
was highly productive with a solid week of photometric conditions. In a
little over two weeks, Campaign 40(!) will begin at the Kuiper Telescope.