Viewers see a line of lights moving across the sky in central Pennsylvania

YOU WATCH WGA L NEWS 8 ARE A LOT YOU. I REPORTED THIS LINE OF WHAT YOU SEEN IN THE SKY AS IT HAPPENED YESTERDAY. WELL, THESE LIGHTS WERE SEEN NEAR JUPITER, AND WE ARE NOT ANOTHER FALCON NINE LAUNCH, BUT THEY ARE CONNECTED TO SPACE X. WHAT YOU SEE IS A GROUP OF STARLINK SATELLITES. SO THERE IS AN EXPLANATION TO THIS. THERE ARE 3000 IN RIGHT ORBIT. BRINGING BROADBAND I

Viewers spot a line of lights moving across the sky in central Pennsylvania

WGAL received multiple reports of people seeing a line of lights moving across the sky on Monday evening. as it moved towards the horizon. It was a straight line, white and luminous. We were so amazed that no one thought to take a picture. , I was caught off guard when I saw this long line of lights moving rapidly across the sky but not at lightning speed. Some were in a tighter group of the line and (there were) gaps as well.” What were the lights? It’s likely that the lights were a network of satellites called Starlink, which is operated by SpaceX. The satellites offer high-speed internet access to countries around the world. There are more than 3,000 Starlink satellites orbiting the earth right now, according to Wikipedia. findstarlink.com lets you track where the satellites are and when you might find them According to the site, the satellites were visible over parts of the Susquehanna Valley around 8:30 p.m. Monday. Video below: Starlink passes overhead earlier this year.

WGAL received multiple reports of people seeing a line of lights moving across the sky on Monday evening.

Viewer Theresa Kell emailed us saying, “Last night as we were looking at Jupiter a beautiful string of lights appeared moving north. were so amazed that no one thought to take a picture. What was that?”

Another viewer, Kristine Moore, wrote: “As I approached my building I was taken aback to see this long line of lights moving rapidly across the sky but not at lightning speed. Some were in a tighter group in the line and (there were) gaps too.”

Some News viewers spotted a line of lights in the sky on x20;Monday night.
A News viewer took this photo of a line of lights in the x20;sky on Monday night.

What were the lights?

It’s likely the lights were a network of satellites called Starlink, which is operated by SpaceX.

Satellites provide high-speed Internet access to countries around the world.

There are more than 3,000 Starlink satellites orbiting Earth right now, according to Wikipedia.

A website called findstarlink.com lets you track where the satellites are and when you might see them. According to the site, the satellites were visible over parts of the Susquehanna Valley around 8:30 p.m. Monday.

Video below: Starlink goes overhead earlier this year.

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