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SpaceX’s Starlink’s switches imaginary switch on, leaves a bright trail of lights

People in the Northwestern parts of the U.S and Canada recently noticed a bright trail of lights. The trail of lights was as long as a train flying across the sky over the weekend. 

Stargazers in parts of Washington, Oregon, British Columbia, and nearby areas recently spotted a trail of lights shining off through the sky in a motion similar to a flying train. This happened over the weekend. 

The spotted light was a moving cluster of 53 Starlink internet satellites that SpaceX launched on Friday from Florida. Following it, people noticed the trail of light on the weekend. 

A netizen on Twitter expressed his shock over the incident through a tweet. He exclaimed what the trail of light was. Other netizens also expressed similar reactions after noticing the light. 

SpaceX launched these 53 Starlink Satellites on Friday, August 19, from Space Launch Complex 40 (SLC-40) at the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. 

The Falcon 9 undertook its ninth flight through this mission. Previously it has launched GPS III Space Vehicle 04, GPS III Space Vehicle 05, Inspiration4, Ax-1, Nilesat 301, and soon after four Starlink missions. 

It is also to be noted that such a flash of trail lights by Starlink is no new. The phenomenon previously happened frequently in 2020, 2021, and the early part of 2022. 

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