Some Montana people saw something a little strange in the sky on Saturday night.
Cara Basler sent in the video below saying that she and her husband were looking at the night sky when the lights came on.
They began to disappear, and then reappeared. Cara says it happened around 8pm, looking west near Kelly Island (near Missoula).
She says she has no faith in aliens, so she thought it might be some kind of military exercise – but those lights were small satellites launched by SpaceX.
The SpaceX Website Explains: “SpaceX is developing a low-latency, broadband Internet system to meet the needs of customers around the world. Space.com There is information on how to track the movement of satellites.
This is not the first time we have seen a string of Starlink satellites in Montana. In December 2019, People from Browning, Rocky Boy, and Lodgepole shared photos with MTN News, which showed bright lights in the sky, and people in other parts of Montana reported seeing them.
At the time, John Belsky was a meteorologist at the TV station WLKY It was reported SpaceX launched two sets of satellites this year under the name Starlink. Each launch consisted of 60 small satellites orbiting the Earth at an altitude of more than 300 miles. Will Henny, meteorologist at WWMT Station Posted by: “The brightest dots in the sky are moons about 175 miles from Earth’s surface.
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