From: tom (loeblt@gmail.com)
Date: Wed Nov 20 2013 - 01:47:12 UTC

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    Just watched the launch from my deck 60 miles south of Boston. Saw the 
    launch live on line and acquired it visually less than two minutes later 
    to the south-southwest. Bright orange dot moving toward the southeast. 
    Reached about 20 degrees above my horizon then blinked out quickly. I 
    did not see any separations between stages. Should I have? I am guessing 
    the time from launch to disappearance was no more than 4 minutes. I 
    would have expected burn-out in orbit to be closer to 8 minutes. Could 
    someone elaborate?
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