A procession of sixty clearly identified light objects parade into the night skysince May 24, causing some to be raptured and others to become frustrated. These are the first satellites of the Starlink constellation of which will eventually have 12,000 to provide global more than the number ] visible to the naked on the celestial vault (about 9000). One day after the launch, the satellite process was discovered by archaeologist and astronomer Marco Langbroek as it passed across northern Europe.
VIDEO! Prepare to be breathless!
The train on @SpaceX #Starlink Passes over the satellites Leiden, the Netherlands, about 25 minutes ago. Camera: WATEC 902H with Canon FD 1.8 / 50mm lens. I shouted when they got into FOV! @elonmusk https://t.co/xChLDH32uk
– Dr. Marco Langbroek (@Marco_Langbroek) May 24, 2019
Video of the procession sixty Starlink satellites taken by Marco Langbroek on the night of 24-25 May 2019 in the Netherlands. © Marco Langbroek
The Starlink satellites are visible to the naked eye several times a night, as they go aroundin about 90 minutes, as (ISS). Several satellite tracking sites are already on the way and are announcing the next passage in the Starlink procession in your city shit, such as and .
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