Last night, many Brits may have noticed a fleet of lights flying through the night sky. If you saw the lights, you may have worried about an alien invasion, but thankfully there’s a simple explanation – they’re Elon Musk ‘s Starlink satellite fleet! They form a constellation of thousands of satellites, and are designed to provide low-cost broadband internet service from low Earth orbit. The satellites have been visible all week, with reports of sightings across the UK, including from Guilford, Leeds and High Cross. But if you haven’t managed to spot the satellites, you’ll be happy to hear that you’ll have another chance tonight. Tonight, the satellites are expected to be visible at around both 9:10 pm and 10:46 pm. While your location will alter how visible Starlink is, most viewers across the UK should be able to see it. Here’s a round-up of the best times to see the Starlink satellites this week, as well as how to track them through the night sky. What time can you see the Starlink satellite display this week? There will be several opportunities for you to see the Starlink satellites from the UK this week. The satellites will be visible at:… Read full this story
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