The added bonus night tacked on to the Kuiper Telescope portion of Campaign 76 was to no avail. Rain and thunderstorms during the first half of the night and high humidity and fog through until morning. SPOL was removed from the telescope early in the evening after it was made abundantly clear by lightning displays in all directions, that there was no chance of observing.
Thanks to an unexpected week at the Bok Telescope, Campaign 76 was
reasonably productive. September and October, however, have been
very wet and cloudy months. Hopefully, there will be clear skies
during Campaign 77, scheduled to occur on Mt. Bigelow in November.