Sky Full of Fleet of Stars That Are Moving.

Location of Sighting: San Fernando, California
Date of Sighting: March 3, 2020
Time of Sighting: 2:30 AM PST

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Traffic
Bicycling
Transit

Description: The sky is full of what it looks like stars but they are moving like a fleet. Some are moving around in a zigzag like pattern jumping around in the same spot.

Note: It sounds like that the witness could have seen Star-Link communication satellites.

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2 Responses to Sky Full of Fleet of Stars That Are Moving.

  1. modesto guy says:

    I seen the same thing 03/25/2020 in Modesto, CA at approximately 21:00.There were 5 to 6 following each other through the crack in the clouds. It is strange all the clouds disappeared 30 minutes later.

  2. BvThing says:

    Many of them, they seem to be all at once in that up down, left right and zigzag motion. The movements are similar to the way the eyes start twitching after staring at it long enough. The objects are definitely​ oscillating. For the last few years “2015” on every single clear night the objects are there, not in the same place at the same time, but usually their in the same portion of sky. It is definitely something that’s interesting. I stumbled on to a couple ideas from the past​ few years. I can link a couple compelling videos that are crystal clear and absolutely not a camera artifact oe flare.

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