Team Pie-thons was up during early shift tonight (Sunday). We were battling scattered clouds, CU-Boulder was watching a thunderstorm creep closer to Sommers-Bausch, and the Yale folks were also trying to see around some clouds, but we all managed to get some 2002 KL6 data – on the first attempt on the first night!
Now we just have to reduce the data and perform astrometry. I will be looking for volunteers to take this on (I know, along with everything else we have going on this week) during morning lecture tomorrow. I’ll have the full set of data & calibrations images with me. The Pie-thons have most of it, but I squeezed in a couple more images after they left for the shift change.