Little Green Men Are Not Invading Rockford, Find Out What Those Lights Were in The Sky…



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As we all got out to enjoy the beautiful Saturday night. 
Several sources (including myself) got to witness an amazing sight in the skies.

Several sources were reporting seeing strange lights in the sky. 

There was NO little green men or an alien mothership in our skies last night.
However, there was several lights moving across our sky. 

SpaceX recently launched more Starlink Satellites.

The tight formation of the satellites did remind some of some sci-fi movies, if you had no idea it was Starlink.

Numerous satellites moved across our skies last night,  a couple of times they were spotted in our skies while they orbited Earth.

We had got several reports of people seeing them earlier in the night.

Then I was filming the rollover accident at Spring Creek and Bell School, and I personally saw them.

I will say, it is a sight to see!   🙂   As they continue to orbit the Earth, they will eventually spread out.

As of last night, they were still in tight formation as they passed over our area.

Starlink is targeting coverage in our area in mid to late 2021.

Starlink, which aims to sell internet connections to almost anyone on the planet by way of a growing network of private satellites orbiting overhead.

Technically a division within SpaceX, Starlink is also the name of the spaceflight company’s growing network — or “constellation” — of orbital satellites. The development of that network began in 2015, with the first prototype satellites launched into orbit in 2018.

In the years since, SpaceX has deployed over 1,000 Starlink satellites into orbit across dozens of successful launches. In January, for its first Starlink mission of 2021, SpaceX launched 60 satellites into orbit from Kennedy Space Center using the landable, relaunchable Falcon 9 orbital rocket. Subsequent launches, the most recent of which delivered another 60 satellites into orbit on May 9, have brought the total number of satellites in the constellation up to 1,625.

Find out when the next Starlink will be overhead at ~

View real time Starlink Satellites at

As it warms up  and more people are outside and looking up at the stars, it is just a matter of time before you see them 🙂

RS source Luis H. sent us this video

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