Recreational Astronomers in the UK and also United States Of America reported a lot of odd lights in the heavens as enthusiasm grew regarding an event occurring in the night sky. Assumptions over the UFOs happens to be increasing, but the real answer to the question of what truly is happening overhead in the skies across England and parts of Europe and North America is not as challenging to answer as one may consider. Instead, Elon Musk’s SpaceX is taking the credit for providing just about the most spectacular series of lights ever seen in the evening skies across Europe.
The short answer to the issue of just where did the weird lights in the night sky come from is fairly ordinary. Over the last several months, Elon Musk’s SpaceX appears to have been putting satellites into orbit. The BBC Reports the final batch of 60 satellites from 300 previously launched by the South African innovation entrepreneur were launched in March 2020 and are currently easy to identify in the night sky.
The group of satellites is within an orbit between 180 miles above the surface of the planet to 340 miles and their current position in relation to the Sun making them easy to see. Each and every group of satellites is just about the size of a flattened car and has a significant solar reflector that’s visible to skywatchers in April 2020 as sunlight reflects off of the surface of the solar panels.