Campaign 96.1 finishes with cirrus clouds to contend with all night long. The cloud cover generally worsened as the night wore on, but polarization observations were not seriously hampered until the last hour of the night. Some photometry was attempted during the better parts of the night, but much of this could be thrown out as consistent results may not have been obtained for most blazars observed. The seeing was relatively good (1.3-1.6 arcsec) and quite stable.
The Kuiper Telescope will host Campaign 97 in mid June.