The last night in Campaign 67 and in 2014 for the Fermi/Steward monitoring program is a good one. Photometric skies and, at least for most of the night, better seeing than experienced yesterday. The seeing did degrade after midnight from 1.3-1.7 arcsec to worse than 2 arcsec. There were even some brief intervals when the seeing topped 4 arcsec. These conditions did little to slow progress tonight and all intended targets were successfully observed. The night was another cold one, but not nearly as cold as last night.
Campaign 68, the first campaign of 2015, will begin in the later half of
January at the Bok Telescope. Happy New Year to all!