Thanks Ron, That was great! Just observed the Delta/Globalstar evasive and depletion burns. Both appeared on time. I acquired the satellites while the evasive burn was in progress. As Ron stated last time, it was not real impressive (range 2500 km, elevation 25 degrees). It looked quite faint and amorphous (like M31?). The depletion burn was the real show (range 3500 km, elevation 9 degrees). It quickly grew in brightness and then in size. The shape started as a Christmas tree which was brightest at the tip and grew progressively dimmer towards the base. As it grew in length the 'tree' began to develop a curve. The tree shape diminished as it grew fainter, turning into a faint fuzz ball about 1 degree in diameter. It then faded to nothing. Total time - 60 seconds. This was my view through 10x50's but after about 5-10 seconds I took a quick look naked-eye and was rewarded with a mag 1 object perhaps 1/4 degree in length. A tiny little arrow point in the sky! Time to break out those UFO report forms. When I first acquired the sats I only saw two. A third appeared, went to 1st mag, then faded out of sight in about 30 seconds. Only one object was visible at depletion. Randy Pleasant Hill, CA, USA p.s. I just heard on NASA TV that some OMS burns are planned for the MSX experiment. I have no idea when and I have to sleep.