#Falcon9 Deorbit Burn puts on a Show over Iran & Kuwait (with Videos) - http://spaceflight101.com/dragon-spx10/falcon-9-deorbit-burn-seen-over-iran-kuwait/

Follow-up on the Falcon 9 second stage re-entry, from the article on Spaceflight101, dated February 21:Falcon 9 Deorbit Burn puts on a Show over Iran & Kuwait (with Videos)The de-orbit burn apparently occurred on the 1st orbit, at approximately 15:10 UTC, according to the timings of the numerous sightings mentioned in the article (local evening twilight).I didn't see the Notices to Airmen or Mariners re-posted on the NSF forum for the 2nd stage re-entry (but I could have missed them). The article puts this location in the Indian Ocean, southwest of Australia.

F9-032 CRS-10 Launch Hazard Areas Map (Local Notice To Mariners) for February 18th, alternatively 19th.QuoteNAVAREA IV 117/2017 (11,12,26) WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.FLORIDA.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 181453Z TO 181557Z FEB, ALTERNATE 191430Z TO 191534Z FEB IN AREAS BOUND BY: A. 28-25N 080-36W, 28-39N 080-39W, 29-27N 079-48W, 31-12N 077-56W, 34-06N 074-00W, 34-04N 073-59W, 30-57N 077-36W, 28-34N 080-15W, 28-29N 080-22W. B. 29-59N 078-51W, 30-04N 078-55W, 30-42N 078-18W, 31-08N 077-59W, 31-42N 077-10W, 32-01N 076-38W, 31-56N 076-33W, 31-09N 077-22W, 30-32N 078-07W.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 191634Z FEB 17.( 130347Z FEB 2017 )HYDROPAC 528/2017 (GEN) SOUTHEASTERN INDIAN OCEAN.WESTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 181523Z TO 181613Z FEB, ALTERNATE 191505Z TO 191547Z FEB IN AREA BOUND BY 26-09S 100-02E, 25-25S 101-19E, 39-12S 115-00E, 49-08S 129-43E, 56-18S 148-28E, 60-04S 170-48E, 61-43S 170-54E, 61-38S 158-07E, 58-47S 141-29E, 52-54S 126-19E, 44-49S 114-05E, 35-09S 105-10E.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 191647Z FEB 17.( 130401Z FEB 2017 )

NAVAREA IV 117/2017 (11,12,26) WESTERN NORTH ATLANTIC.FLORIDA.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 181453Z TO 181557Z FEB, ALTERNATE 191430Z TO 191534Z FEB IN AREAS BOUND BY: A. 28-25N 080-36W, 28-39N 080-39W, 29-27N 079-48W, 31-12N 077-56W, 34-06N 074-00W, 34-04N 073-59W, 30-57N 077-36W, 28-34N 080-15W, 28-29N 080-22W. B. 29-59N 078-51W, 30-04N 078-55W, 30-42N 078-18W, 31-08N 077-59W, 31-42N 077-10W, 32-01N 076-38W, 31-56N 076-33W, 31-09N 077-22W, 30-32N 078-07W.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 191634Z FEB 17.( 130347Z FEB 2017 )HYDROPAC 528/2017 (GEN) SOUTHEASTERN INDIAN OCEAN.WESTERN SOUTH PACIFIC.1. HAZARDOUS OPERATIONS 181523Z TO 181613Z FEB, ALTERNATE 191505Z TO 191547Z FEB IN AREA BOUND BY 26-09S 100-02E, 25-25S 101-19E, 39-12S 115-00E, 49-08S 129-43E, 56-18S 148-28E, 60-04S 170-48E, 61-43S 170-54E, 61-38S 158-07E, 58-47S 141-29E, 52-54S 126-19E, 44-49S 114-05E, 35-09S 105-10E.2. CANCEL THIS MSG 191647Z FEB 17.( 130401Z FEB 2017 )

Check out the launch of @SpaceX CRS-10 in delicious UHD! Mmm, resolution!

Article from the 45th Space Wing about their support for this launch with specific focus on Autonomous Flight Safety System (AFSS)http://www.patrick.af.mil/News/Article-Display/Article/1088279/45th-sw-supports-spacexs-crs-10-launch