Some bonus time at the Kuiper Telescope for the blazar monitoring program as
the Astronomy Camp breaks up before midnight. SPOL was put back on the
telescope and observations started at a little after 0100 local time.
The sky was clear, but the seeing was not good (2-3.5 arcsec) and this was
likely caused by a cold (but dry) front moving through Arizona during the
night. In fact, the temperature plunged from a daytime high of 60F to freezing
by the end of the night.