Starlink satellite train appears in Anza skies

A train of SpaceX Starlink satellites are visible in the night sky over Anza in this still from a video captured. Valley News/Courtesy photo
Anza residents were thrilled to witness the SpaceX Starlink-24 satellite train silently cross the moonless night sky May 5. Wow, that was so exciting and fascinating,” Chandra Noble Sjostrand said. The parade of dozens of tiny lights first became visible to the naked eye at 8:54 p.m. and was observed for about five minutes. The train moved from the southeast to the northeast horizon. Local social media groups reported the event as it occurred. Many people commented on the strange lights, never having witnessed anything quite like it before. “I finally saw them last night and it was pretty cool,” Amy Cort wrote in a post. Starlink is a satellite constellation being constructed by SpaceX to provide the world’s most advanced broadband internet system. The constellation
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