4 Star-Like Lights Travel East in Perfect Straight Line.

Location of Sighting: Prince George, British Columbia, Canada
Date of Sighting: March 15, 2020
Time of Sighting: 9:10 PM PDT

Description: Hi: I just need to tell what I saw. While outside on March 15, 2020 at 9:10 PM I saw four lights/orbs  in the night  sky up above where I live. The first light was about 1 km ahead of the second light and behind where the second light was. The third light about a half a KM behind and the came the fourth light that was about 1 km behind the third light.They traveled at 110 degrees almost east. They made no sound and were the same color as stars bright clear light. The lights were moving equally and followed in a perfect straight line and were high enough to possibly have come across the Pacific Ocean since were close enough here in Prince George, BC.

Note: The witness could have seen Star-Link communication satellites.

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4 Responses to 4 Star-Like Lights Travel East in Perfect Straight Line.

  1. J C. says:

    In Bloomingdale, NJ at 6 AM this morning I too saw star-like objects in a straight line. There were approximately 50 or 60. Some were traveling in two’s with 1 right behind. The date was March 26, 2020.

    • Administrator says:

      Sounds like Star-Link satellites.

      • Katie says:

        My family saw a line of about 5 to 6 “lights” looking like stars equally spaced moving at a fast speed (no noise) from the west to east direction. They seemed to disappear up into the sky directly overhead (one at a time). We live in Myrtle Beach, SC. Our sighting was on March 28, 2020 around 9:30 PM.

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