Dallas – SpaceX is increasingly using the Starlink Internet satellite in orbit and stirring up the outdoors in North Texas.
Sixty satellites were on top of a second stage rocket lifted from Cape Canaveral, Florida on Wednesday night.
They join 1,300 more satellites in orbit that will become a global high-speed internet service.
There are approximately 10,000 people using the service in the northern latitude
Some people in North Texas, who were outdoors around 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, saw the Starlink satellite train overhead.
One viewer said it looked like a perfect UFO formation.
The satellites traveled close to each other for the first few days after launch. Eventually, they spread out and go up into higher orbits, making them less visible.
If there was another clear sky on Thursday night, it could be seen traveling northwest to south before 9 p.m.
It will only take about 4 minutes.