Brian, all I can say is the recording was on the back page of his check list just below M30. So my guess is 5:00AM MST, mainly because M30 rose a round that time. Jim came over to speak with me when many of the lists were being turned in. Unfortunately I didn't get much chance to ask questions. Clear skies, aj ---- Brian Skiff <bas@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> Jim Jackson, from Eugene, OR, got an SQM measurement of 21.59. > > ...which I think was reported as being taken at 5am (local time? > or was it 5h UT, i.e. 10pm local time?) > > >> At 00:50 I got a SQM reading of 21.60 > > Presumably local time, i.e. about 1am. That would have been > the time when the sky would be darkest from having the galactic pole > overhead, around 13h sideral time. > > Either way, the numbers do indicate the site is fairly dark. > > > Brian > -- > See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please > send personal replies to the author, not the list. > -- See message header for info on list archives or unsubscribing, and please send personal replies to the author, not the list.