GRAND FORKS, ND (trfnews.i234.me) A strange sight in the skies over the Northern Valley Friday night was likely Starlink Satellite.
• A photo of a bright object in the sky was taken in Cavalier.
• The object was initially thought to be a UFO.
• After speaking with people, it was suggested that the object could be Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites.
• A similar video was taken in Grand Forks.
• The National Weather Service confirmed seeing photos of the Starlink satellites on Twitter.
• The bright object seen in the sky is believed to be the Starlink satellites.
A recent sighting of unidentified flying objects (UFOs) in the northern valley turned out to be Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites, according to reports. The unusual lights spotted in the sky were captured in a photo taken in Cavalier, North Dakota, and a quick video from Grand Forks showed a similar sight. After speaking with local residents and checking Twitter, it was concluded that the lights were most likely from Musk’s satellite network. The National Weather Service also reported seeing photos of the satellites on social media. The Starlink constellation is one of several satellite networks being launched by tech companies to provide global internet coverage. It consists of thousands of small satellites that are designed to provide high-speed internet access to remote areas. While the network has been praised for its potential to close the digital divide, some astronomers have expressed concern that the satellites could interfere with astronomical observations and create more space debris.
– Unusual lights spotted in northern valley identified as Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites
– Photo and video evidence captured in Cavalier and Grand Forks, North Dakota
– National Weather Service confirms sighting based on Twitter photos
– Starlink is a satellite network designed to provide global internet coverage
– Some concerns have been raised about the impact of the satellites on astronomical observations and space debris.