The Starlink constellation of satellites by Elon Musk’s SpaceX will be visible across most of the UK this weekend – including those launched this week. The small satellite train is visible as moving dots in the sky – starting with Starlink 6-7 going west to southeast at about 8:58pm – about 10 degrees above the horizon. Exact timings will vary depending on where you are in the UK and how visible they are will depend on cloud cover and light pollution in your area. Clear skies are predicted for most of the evening over much of the UK and for the 8:58pm appearance they’ll travel across the sky for about four minutes. Picture of Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites passing over Essex by amateur photographer James Newman. Britons were left amazed and confused as Elon Musk’s Starlink satellites lit up the night’s sky The string of lights could be seen travelling through the sky across western Europe There will be a second appearance of the satellites tonight – at about 9:10pm when Sarlink 5-6 will move from west to east for six minutes and should be brighter than the earlier showing. They will become gradually harder to see as the weekend… Read full this story
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