It turns out that the lights in the night sky over western Washington state on Tuesday were not UFOs. But it’s the SpaceX Starlink satellite, according to reports.
The satellite was launched earlier in Florida, Seattle’s KING-TV reported.
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The sightings were reported around 9:00 p.m. in areas such as Bellevue, Puyallup and Covington, Wash., And even as far south as Portland, Ore.
The object was identified by Dr. James Davenport, Assistant Professor in the Department of Astronomy at the University of Washington
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“What we̵7;re really seeing are 60 Starlink satellites that were just deployed this afternoon and are still in low orbit and still clustered, so we call this the Starlink train. ‘ Davenport said to the KING. “You see, there are small chains of satellites all close together, reflecting the sunlight back upon us.”
SpaceX confirmed the satellite installation on Tuesday afternoon, but at 11 p.m. PT did not respond to the KING about the Washington State sighting, the station reported.