A bright light lit up the sky across Northern California Wednesday night leaving many questioning what they saw moving through the sky.
The answer: Probably a meteor. Travis Air Force Base also did not have information on the light, but the National Weather Service believed it may have been a meteor.
A considerable amount of eyes were already on the sky anticipating the Delta IV rocket launch from Vandenberg, Calif. The launch was first delayed by five minutes, then it was scrubbed altogether less than 10 minutes to takeoff.
"We are proud to launch this critical payload in support of our nation's national security mission", Gary Wentz, vice president of government and commercial programs at ULA, said in a news release.
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The next launch window starts at 5:31 p.m. Thursday.
After United Launch Alliance said a rocket launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base in Santa Barbara County was canceled, many took to social media to post photos and ask questions about the mysterious trail of light.
Many in California are used to seeing unusual bursts of light following SpaceX rocket launches but that does not appear to be the case this time.