Do you have a telescope? Do you spend hours every night tracking satellites and looking for the elusive X37B?
Well why not? Ralf Vandebergh from the Netherlands did just that. His patience of months looking for the X37B have paid off and he now has a picture of it!
“When I tried to observe it again [in] mid-June, it didn’t meet the predicted time and path,” Vandebergh explained. “It turned out to have maneuvered to another orbit. Thanks to the amateur satellite observers’ network, it was rapidly found in orbit again, and I was able to take some images on June 30 and July 2.” – Ralf Vandebergh
How cool is that? Someday I will set up my telescope again…