2 down, one to go = recent proton launch

From: Kevin Fetter (kfetter@yahoo.com)
Date: Thu Nov 22 2012 - 07:34:24 UTC

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    I first observed Onject B ( 39009 ) and it was faint. This would be the APT, based on the orbital inclination it was planned to be placed in. I then observed object C ( 39010 ) and it was easy to see, and slow moving for being over 10000 km away. This would be the breeze upper stage.
    So now, All I need is to observe the Echostar 16 geo sat.
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