LBTO back on sky in "C-19 mode" after Summer Shutdown Posted on September 7
After a summer shutdown shorter than usual due to COVID-19, LBTO was back on sky for its "normal" science operations on September 4. Reduced staff is sleeping at night on Mt Graham. The OSA (telescope operator) is now working at the telescope. Observing is done from Tucson by LBTO staff in service mode for the LBT partners, with partner observers eavesdropping from their home institution (or their home if needed).
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