The clocks are set an hour back, and it seems my usual practice is to stay up an hour later since we gained an hour.
This only makes me more tired in the morning, and it really screws with my image making of the night sky since the sky doesn’t know we set our clocks back. I chased down and photographed 4 Vesta again last night and also managed to get a telescopic view of a geo-sync satellite I’ve been seeing for the past few nights. I also waited and watched for a re-entry of the Early Ammonia Servicer, but didn’t see anything for the predicted time. Mind you there’s a window of oppotunity of+- 15 hours, so I’m sure it will fly over the house just as soon as I lay my head on my pillow. Not to worry, I have a camera set up …waiting outside. Yawn….time for sleep.