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Bright object seen in skies over New England wasn’t a comet

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The Falcon 9 Rocket launched around 7 p.m. from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Its flight path had it coming across New England when the sightings were reported. The rocket is launching 52 Starlink satellites to orbit. It is the latest in a series of rocket launches by Space X.
2 months ago·New England, United States

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Object lights up night sky in New England Saturday night

A bright light in the Saturday night sky had all the hallmarks of a Hollywood-style unidentified flying object (or unidentified aerial phenomenon, as they’re called now) or end-of-days world-shattering asteroid.Just after 7:30 p.m. the large crowd waiting to enter Canobie Lake Park’s “Screeemfest” looked to the south as a group to see a large triangle of light slowly moving in the clear night sky.The light arced to the east in a slowly flattenin…

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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Bright object seen in skies over New England wasn’t a comet

Many guessed it was a comet or meteor but guess again!

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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Bright light spotted across New England skies

People from across New England took to social media Saturday, posting pictures and videos of a bright light in the sky. Many people speculated it was the latest Space X Rocket. And that appears to be the case.The Falcon 9 Rocket launched around 7 p.m. from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Its flight path had it coming across New England when the sightings were reported. The rocket is launching 52 Starlink satellites to orbit.

2 months ago·Boston, United States
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Object lights up night sky in New England Saturday night

A bright light in the Saturday night sky had all the hallmarks of a Hollywood-style unidentified flying object (or unidentified aerial phenomenon, as they’re called now) or end-of-days world-shattering asteroid.

2 months ago
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