David Cromer and I finished collimating the optics on the Tombaugh. The collimation was near perfect and the optics are performing well. I took a 60 second (no guiding, just telescope tracking) image of M66 in Leo displayed in this article. The image was taken with a 80% sunlight moon just 20 degrees away! The moon is the reason for the large bright area in the top of the image. David and I saw Jupiter visually using an 8 foot step ladder. Very nice image considering the planet was only about 20 degrees above the horizon.