We only have 1 more night of observing left. Can you believe it? And after all that, the last two nights are mine and Katie’s to do with as we please. We have a nice informal queue worked out between us. It goes something like: seeing 0.5″ or better, we do the impossible stuff, better than 0.7″ we do the hard stuff, and after that the stuff we won’t do any other time. Tonight was a just go for the impossible kind of night – half arcsecond seeing, no winds, and not a cloud in the sky.
I hope our favorite mountain peak has one more of those in store for us tonight. There’s plenty of impossible in the sky.
We’ll be in Tucson by the next time empanada Sunday comes around. I still had one leftover last night.