30 to 40 Lights Travel in Straight Line Evenly Spaced.

Location of Sighting: Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Canada
Date of Sighting: December 3, 2019
Time of Sighting: 7:30 PM PST

Description: I live in northeast British Columbia in the Dawson creek, BC area. I got up at 7:00 AM and at round 7:30 I opened my front door and looked up in the sky. I saw about 30 to 40 lights that at first I thought were satellites when I saw the first couple. Then I saw about 30 to 40 of then all traveling in a straight line evenly spaced out. They were heading east and then disappeared. I tried to take pictures and video, but they didn’t turn out very good. I just wanted someone to know what I saw.

Note: The witness likely saw Star-Link satellites which have generated a high volume of UFO sightings recently.

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2 Responses to 30 to 40 Lights Travel in Straight Line Evenly Spaced.

  1. Jack says:

    I just saw the same thing moving from west to east at 10:30 PM EDT in Indiana.

  2. Jennifer J. says:

    I also saw this same phenomena! Dec 22 2019 and Dec 23. I found that whatever this is, it is NOT SpaceX or satellite launches. Space X seems to be the only satellites in space for world-wifi program’ Starlink. And they schedule all upcoming launches on their website. I also found an article specifically stating that they won’t be doing any satellites launches in Dec and through Jan 11. And spaceX only has One launch location, and that’s near Waco, TX. And when SpaceX 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 over the horizon and film this. Maybe we’ll catch this a third day in a row!

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