Some montans saw something strange in the sky on Saturday night.
Cara Bazler posted the video below, saying she and her husband were watching in the night sky when they saw the lights.
They disappeared, and then began to appear. Cara says it happened at 8pm for a few minutes, looking west of Kelly Island (near Missoula).
She says she doesn’t believe in aliens, so she thought it might be some kind of military training – but the lights were actually small satellites launched by SpaceX.
The SpaceX website Explains: “SpaceX is developing a low-expansion, broadband Internet system to meet the needs of consumers around the world. Empowered by an eclipse of low-Earth or Rabbit satellites, Starlink will provide fast, reliable Internet access to very few or no contact populations, including in rural communities and places where existing services are not very expensive or reliable. “Website Space.com Has information on how you can track the speed of a Satellite.
This is not the first time that a string of Starlink satellites has been spotted over Montana and the eyebrows have been raised. In December 2019, Branging, Rocky Boy and people in and around Lajpol shared photos with MTN News that show bright lights in the sky, and people from other parts of Montana reported seeing them.
At the time, meteorologist John Belsky of the TV station WLKY Told that SpaceX this year launched two sets of satellites called Starlink. Each launch had 60 small satellites orbiting the earth at an altitude of more than 300 miles. And Will Haney, a meteorologist at Station WWMT Posted: “The brightest points in the sky are satellites that are about 175 miles above the Earth’s surface. They appear bright due to the Sun’s array reflecting sunlight on the Earth’s dark side.”