Campaign 83 comes to a close with a good night. Light cirrus moved in during the last hour of the night, otherwise, it was photometric. The seeing was generally poor (2-3 arcsec), except for a few hours around midnight when the seeing was sometimes better than 1.5 arcsec. Well over 100 blazar observations were obtained during this campaign.
The next observing campaign will be during the last week of June, again using
the Kuiper Telescope.