by William G. Schultz
Fog blanketed the valleys, the air was at or near 70 till sunrise. The sky was dark and transparent. The sky was rock steady. After midnight, I wasn't able to see my hands, but could still read the lettering on my T-shirt. Mosquitos were no problem. It was *very* quiet.
Object of particular interest (to me anyway): SagDIG = ESO594-4, the Sag Dwarf Irregular Galaxy. Just a faint oval (3:2/E:W) smudge, but easy being just to the East of 44-Rho1 Sagittarii.
I continued logging/sketching Arp targets in Cetus and Fornax down to 15th mag.