People across New Hampshire witnessed a line of bright moving lights in the sky on Friday night at around 6 p.m. These lights are actually a series of SpaceX Starlink satellites that were launched from Cape Canaveral on Wednesday morning. The satellites, carried by a Falcon 9 booster, are intended to provide high-speed internet from low-earth orbit.
Numerous viewers in Auburn, Merrimack, East Wakefield, and other areas reported seeing the lights. According to the Find Starlink website, the satellites will once again be visible on Saturday evening at approximately 6:03 p.m. for a duration of five minutes in the western sky.
This latest sighting of these satellites has sparked interest among residents as they continue to witness the phenomenon.