Location of Sighting: Elletsville, Indiana
Date of Sighting: March 21, 2020
Time of Sighting: 9:30 PM EDT
Description: My wife and I saw a long line (10 to 15) of evenly spaced (white, star-like) lights moving in a north-to-south direction across the night sky. They moved at a constant rate of speed (medium-speed/ observable). There was no variation in distance or line of movement from preceding or following light observed. They definitely showed a coordinated/uniform/steady movement. Last light in line they passed overhead at approximately 9:33 PM and disappeared behind clouds. The moon was a waning crescent. Both my wife and I witnessed this event while walking our dog.
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I just saw a long straight line of lights moving from west to east. There were 30 at least moving in a straight line fast, but I could see them for several seconds before they disappeared. They were spaced evenly and stayed in unison formation. There is a crescent moon and I live in Williamsport, Indiana. This happened at 10:20 PM.
Star Link satellites.