reobserve

verb
re·​ob·​serve | \(ˌ)rē-əb-ˈzərv \
reobserved; reobserving

Definition of reobserve 

transitive verb

: to observe (something or someone) again especially in a more detailed way This made it a good target for follow-up, so they used 12 orbits of Hubble time (that's a lot) to reobserve it using a spectrometer …— Phil Plait

First Known Use of reobserve

1618, in the meaning defined above

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