The holiday observing campaign is in the books and the last night was again clear with good seeing, although not quite as consistently good as on the previous night. The seeing was rarely worse than 1.5 arcsec and during a fair amount of the time, it was 1 arcsec or better.
Roughly 9 out of 10 nights during campaign 56 were wonderfully
clear, allowing gamma-ray-bright blazars to be observed well over 200 times
in total. This is believed to be a single-campaign record for the program
and is largely
due to excessively long nights and the efficiency of the Bok Telescope.
It is finally time to get some sleep.