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See a string of lights in the Central Indiana sky? Here’s what it is



Indianapolis, Indiana – Have you noticed how Central Indiana’s night sky was illuminated by a line of lights on Monday? It is as follows.

The solution, according to chief meteorologist Brian Wilkes, is a Starlink satellite.

On Monday night at 10:35 p.m., Brian predicted that the Starlink satellite internet constellation, run by the American aerospace corporation SpaceX, will cross the sky.

Indeed, many of our viewers have seen the lengthy, brilliant, connected satellite.

Ashley Morgan, a viewer, sent in this image of a satellite in the night sky:

According to SpaceX, the satellite link enables internet access in over 54 nations and aims to provide universal access to international phone service.

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