An amazing sight last Friday evening to see the Dragon ISS-supply spacecraft and its rocket upper stage and other debris surrounding the pair when this all flew 23 minutes after the launch from Florida over Europe. I observe from the Netherlands. Binoculars provided the most dramatic view. The Dragon and the rocket was a close pair with one of the two a little brighter. Two fainter white dots were surrounding the pair and they were slowly flickering. These were the tumbling solar panel covers after they just ejected shortly before. The telescope can zoom in only at one item at the same time of course but here are some dramatic detailed shots of the sequence I managed to obtain manually. Note the rocket engine!
[Ralf Vandebergh:Neighbourhood of Maastricht Netherlands]