Campaign 71 and 28 scheduled nights at the Kuiper Telescope end on this night. The first 3 hours of the night were not good. Clouds prevented the dome from being open until nearly an hour after the end of twilight. The next couple of hours were spent observing through patchy clouds. The sky did manage to clear for the rest of the night before midnight. Seeing was between 1.5 and 2.5 arcsec throughout the night. The night was productive as was the entire campaign, with well over 100 observations of gamma-ray-bright blazars being made.
Campaign 72 will have SPOL back over at Kitt Peak, AZ next month.