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What was that in the sky? SpaceX Starlink satellites seen in parts of New Hampshire

WMUR Manchester 9/27/2022
Starlink satellites © Brittany Kemp Starlink satellites

Did you see a thin line of bright lights in the New Hampshire sky Monday night? You weren't alone.

Multiple WMUR viewers and u local New Hampshire users caught glimpses of the SpaceX Starlink satellites after 8 p.m.

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The satellites are bright and can be seen moving in tandem.

The sightings come two days after Granite Staters spotted a SpaceX rocket launch, that resembled a comet, on Saturday night. The launch was related to the Starlink program.

SpaceX is aiming to provide global internet coverage through the satellites.

You can track when the satellites are most visible at findstarlink.com. Here's a link for the upcoming viewings for Manchester.

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