Light Band Moves at Linear Speed & Direction to The NE.

Location of Sighting: Cle Elum, Washington
Date of Sighting: March 11, 2021
Time of Sighting: 4:55 AM PST

PHOTO OF LINEAR MOVING LIGHT BAND OBJECT.
PHOTO OF LINEAR MOVING LIGHT BAND OBJECT.


Description: I saw a light band moving at a linear speed and direction. It was moving from SW to the NE. There was no audible sound. There were no other visual steady or blinking lights. The pictures are attached. Estimated height – 40,000 feet. Estimated speed 1,000 MPH (Faster than passenger jet)

Location of sighting: 47 11′ 12″ N 120 45′ 00″ W

Note: Some debunkers may explain this away as Star-Link satellites. That is not the case. This is a solid object. There was another sighting in Chehalis, Washington at the time. The Chehalis witness described the object as looking like a long ladder.

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2 Responses to Light Band Moves at Linear Speed & Direction to The NE.

  1. Observer says:

    Be that as it may, a Starlink satellite grouping was visible at 4:57 AM in Washington state on March 11. They were 1.8 magnitude (bright) & moving to the ENE. Occam’s razor says of the two possibilities, an extraterrestrial vehicle or Starlink satellites, go with the simple explanation.

    • Administrator says:

      I do not believe that any of these reports are due to Star-Link satellites. A 1.8 magnitude is too dim to show up on the photo taken in Washington State. I believe that it is one object. If anything, the object could be space junk. Star links are reported as multiple lights spread across the sky. None of these reports indicate that.

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