Very Bright Lights Move NE in a Straight Line.

Location of Sighting: Boulder, Colorado
Date of Sighting: November 25, 2019
Time of Sighting: 5:30 AM MST

Description: We saw the same lights around 5:30 AM in Boulder Colorado. The lights were very bright traveling in a straight line from SW to NE. They were not pulsating or blinking as aircraft would. All were in a straight line except 2 which were fairly close together, but moving in same direction and speed. My only thought was they must be military. But it’s interesting someone else saw them over Canada the same morning.

Note: The witness is referring to the sighting of 20 to 30 star-like lights traveling NE in a straight line. This sighting was in Lakefield, Ontario, Canada on the same date. It is believed that this sighting and other similar sightings may be due to the array of Starlink satellites recently launched by Space X. This information was obtained from the website.

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2 Responses to Very Bright Lights Move NE in a Straight Line.

  1. Wynne says:

    At 5 AM EDT I saw a straight line of white lights moving East and slightly North. When I tried to span with my arms the span must have been 4 feet! There must have been 80 to 100 lights, not all even spaced, but creating a bright belt across the sky. There was no blinking and no red or green navigation lights. They seemed to keep appearing out of nowhere.

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