DECEMBER 22, 2019 …….VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE , CALIFORNIA
Elon Musk‘s plan to deliver universal internet access via a network of low Earth orbit satellites has left some stargazers confused, after the first batch prompted hundreds of UFO reports.
SpaceX launched the first 60 satellites of its Starlink project last week, which the private space firm says will form the first part of a 12,000-strong satellite network that will beam high-speed internet back down to Earth.
The size of the satellites also mean it is unlikely that people looking up at the night sky will be able to see them with their naked eye.
Reports from some astronomers, however, suggest the solar panels on the Starlink satellites create a flare, causing them to appear brighter than any star that they are passing in front of.
Mr Musk, the CEO of the space firm, said the first 60 satellites deployed successfully but will not be operational until another 800 have been launched.
Below is a photo of the alien craft, it was extracted from the video.
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