I live in wenatchee, washington and enjoy looking at the stars and planets with my bushnell 10 x 50 benoculars ( sorry on spelling). i got up at 4:15 to have coffee and sit and look at the sky. the sky was completely clear with no clouds, and especially clear having minimal particulate in it as we had had some smoke in earlier in the week and last week due to forest fires. yesterday was windy, with cooler temps of 80-83 higher humidity, so the air was fresh and crisp looking. considering we live in town (we are not in a dark sky area) this morning i was able to see a lot of planets and stars which was great. we are at approximately 700 ft in elevation and i can look nw, n, and ne. our main view is looking across the columbia river north to the waterville plateau that is approximately 2800 ft in elevation. i observed what appeared to be a very long pencil-like object that was white/silver in color approximately 1,000 in length and had 50 + really bright lights on it, just traveling at a steady pace as though it had a fixed trajectory and trip that it was on. the object itself, was huge: it was so long. the width was narrow compared to the length. i estimated the elevation of object to have been about 10,000 -12,000 ft up in the air.. there were no fast turns, and no change in the object's appearance as i observed it. there was no noise. my phone was on my charger in the kitchen and i didn't want to leave to get it and come back and have it be gone. i observed this at approximately 4:40-4:41 am it until it was far enough north over the waterville plateau, that it faded into the horizon. it was like watching a movie. there is a large array of dishes between brewster and omak (north of us) that are tied in with several other locations (i think 8 or 9 more arrays). i wonder it they observed this thing. it was just incredible. when my husband got up about 10 minutes later i asked him if he thought we could see the space station that detailed from here, and though it didn't sound logical to me i had to ask him. thank you.