Campaign 68 finishes with an expected, but still difficult night of clouds. Heavy cirrus moving in from the southwest (associated with the next big storm approaching Arizona) combined with a bright moon to thwart several attempts to observe during the first three quarters of the night. Only a couple of objects could be observed during the early portion of the night in seeing of 1.5-2 arcsec. The setting of the moon more or less coincided with a thinning of the cloud cover and several more blazars were observed before morning twilight.
Fermi/Steward Observatory observing campaigns 69-71 will be on Mt. Bigelow,
AZ, at the Kuiper Telescope.