There were a few scattered cirrus clouds around at the beginning of the night, but these quickly cleared leaving a photometric night. Unfortunately, the seeing was not as cooperative. The seeing started out at 1.5-2 arcsec and finished the night at around 2 arcsec. In the middle of the night the seeing was highly variable and often 3-4 arcsec. The only impact of the bad seeing was that very faint targets were not attempted.
Campaign 60 will take a one-night break as another group of observers have
the telescope on UTC 2014 April 29. Blazar monitoring will start again
at the Kuiper Telescope on UTC 2014 April 30 and continue for five more nights.