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First The Monolith, Now UFOs? What Was Really In The Sky Wednesday Night

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If you saw a moving uniform line of stars in the sky last night ... you’re not crazy and they weren’t aliens.  

The string of lights spotted in the sky throughout Utah Wednesday night were Starlink Satellites. 

SpaceX launched 60 of the satellites into space Tuesday, according to a press release from the company owned by Elon Musk. 

According to an online tracker the satellites might be visible through the weekend, with the best chance to see them on May 9 at 9 p.m, looking from the Northwest to the Southeast.

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