Night reports should be written for every PESSTO night, even if the telescope is not opened due to bad weather. Record the relevant information here, you can look at previous night reports to see the sort of information you should include. The format is free and you can chose, but make sure you give all information you think useful. Make sure you do the following :
Record at the top of the night report whether or not the night was photometric - based on no visible clouds at start and end of night and no sign of any during the night. The latter can be difficult to judge, but if you record night as photometric then ensure you saw no sign of cloud during the night on the satellite images, or through reflected moonlight or sharp drop in expected count rates.
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During Aug 19-23, Simon Hodgkin is observing with NTT+EFOSC2 for verification of early Gaia Alerts. They used some time for classifying some transients from ground based surveys, taking targets from the PESSTO marshal. Copies of the night reports (relevant for PESSTO related classifications/follow-up) are here for reference.