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and incase you were looking where the debris landed....
A message posted on the mailing list of the Royal Astronomical Society of
Canada says in part:
>at approx. 19:43 PDT while observing the lunar eclipse at the PGAO (53 45'
29" N 122 50' 56" W) a group of
>about 30 people, PG Centre members and public, witnessed what we assume was
the demise of the spy
>satellite USA 193.
>Many debris trails were witnessed moving from south-west to north-east at
high altitude. One was especially
>bright and long lasting. I can recall about 6 bright trails and 15 fainter
>The debris trails seemed to come in "waves" with the first wave being
brighter than the debris that followed
>behind it. The trails seemed to be in a fan shape with the trails being
wider apart in the north-east than they
>were in the south-est.