The moon was bright at the Pole last week. And it sufficiently illuminated IceCube’s winterovers Marc and Hrvoje as they “relaxed” on a snowdrift in front of the IceCube Lab (ICL). They were paged for a power issue but were also busy in general last week with routine maintenance. Below is an inside view of the ICL server room. There were auroras last week, too, which are often difficult to see when the moon is out, but not these—clear green swaths across the sky.