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SpaceX: How to see Starlink satellites flying over UK

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

If you missed them on Sunday there is another opportunity tonight.

People believed that they were shooting stars, planes and even some believed they were UFO’s.

Only 40 of them will be visible tonight, But if you miss them they’ll be back tomorrow even brighter.

But no it was Elon Musk’s company SpaceX and you’ll be able to see it again tonight.

They are a batch of satellites, Well we say a batch we mean thousands of tiny satellites which look like moving stars heading across the Sky in a straight line like a train.

So it could soon be a common sight above the Britain.

The mission is providing internet access in remote locations across the world at a very low-cost.

The SpaceX mission is to provide remote locations across the world with low-cost internet.

When will I be able to see the Starlink satellites?

According to findastarlink.com, the Starlink satellites will be flying over the UK until April 24. 

Sometimes the satellites appear in the early hours when most of us are asleep but thankfully there are also some sightings at more convenient times in the evening.

Timings with good visibility:

Monday April 20 2020

9:58 pm

For 6 mins. Look from WEST to EAST

Elevation (from horizon): start: 10°, max: 78°, end: 23°

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