I'm afraid not. It is
possible (see here
for an example) but IMHO tracking such objects with a telescope would be virtually impossible without a motor driven mounting that could be programmed for the task.
During the last Shuttle visit to the ISS I had a wonderful opportunity to see both craft pass virtually overhead as the Shuttle was chasing the ISS prior to docking. Even with medium powered binoculars I couldn't resolve the ISS. In the end I just used the Mark 1 eyeballs and allowed my imagination free reign: so near and yet so far. Trouble is that these days I couldn't afford the excess baggage surcharge to get into orbit (it'd need a very powerful rocket!) and anyway I'm too long to fit into the overhead stowage.
P.S. If you haven't tried it NASA TV
is better than any earthbound observations during a mission.