20+ Bright Stars Float Across Horizon.

Location of Sighting: Milwaukee, Oregon
Date of Sighting: December 9, 2019
Time of Sighting: 5:40 AM PST

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Description: I saw 20 plus bright “stars.” They floated across the horizon, all in a very close line.

Note: It sounds like the witness saw Star-link” satellites. These satellites have generated numerous UFO reports in the past few weeks.

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2 Responses to 20+ Bright Stars Float Across Horizon.

  1. Jennifer J. says:

    I found that whatever this is, it is NOT spaceX or satellite launches. Space X seems to be the only satellites for the world-WIFI program’ (Starlink or something). And they schedule all upcoming launches on their website. I also found an article specifically stating that they won’t be doing any satellite launches in Dec and through Jan 11th. And Space X only has One launch location, and that’s near Waco, TX. And when Space X launches satellites, they’re released in two rows, not one after another. I have no idea what these lights are, but I can’t seem to find any evidence that they’re from launches or man made. Look in the skies tonight after sunset when Venus is hovering 3 to 5 degrees above the horizon and film this. I saw this Dec 22 and 23rd, 2019. Maybe we’ll catch this a third day in a row!

  2. George Y. says:

    We saw as many as 60 star like lights evenly spaced moving across the horizon over southern Arizona on more than one occasion. This occurs at approximately 6:00 AM
    mountain time on 12/12/2019.

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