Assuming an on-time launch at 9:34 AM PDT today (Wed, Apr 7), the Starlink group L23 bunch will make a nice visible pass over Truckee on its 8th orbit tonight at 8:30 PM PDT. Here's the sky chart for Truckee
Will pass through Orion just below and along the belt (very close to the Great Nebula in the sword), then on past the bright blue star Sirius. Mars is a nondescript orange dot above Aldebaran right now.
The group of sats should still be very compact at this point, and at only 260 km alt. I haven't seen a group this soon after launch so not sure how bright it will be, but this is the best time to look. Should appear as a short string of pearls with all 60 sats maybe 10-15s apart. Should have individual orbits by sunset for a better estimate of the spread. Sky will be nice and dark by 8:30, with no moon. Worth a look even if partly cloudy. I should be able to provide a brightness report after the east coast pass 3 hrs earlier.
Also I missed this in the news, but a falcon 9 second stage from an earlier Starlink launch accidentally re-entered over Seattle a couple of weeks ago. Normally they are dumped into the Pacific, but there was a problem with the de-orbit burn - low fuel or something. Some neat doorbell cam movies over the Sound at space.com
. A Helium tank survived and landed on a farm in central Washington. I presume the tank (COPV) that reached the ground is a re-design of the same type that caused the pad explosion and loss of the AMOS 6 sat back in 2016.