Those same shiny lights are also causing trouble for Musk as astronomers allege that the satellites are blocking out the view of outer space. But this apparition was the work not of aliens or of Moscow but of Elon Musk.
The constellation, which so far consists of 60 satellites but is set to be expanded to 12,000, add more clutter and significantly reduce our view of the cosmos, potentially dealing an important blow to many, many space surveys. Musk has said the company has "sufficient capital" to move forward with the mission and that the latest round of funding brought "more interest than we were seeking".
And after some days, on May 25, after the 60 satellites successfully launched to the orbit, Dutch satellite tracker Marco Langbroek captured their (satellites') route and posted a odd video.
Excessive-tech entrepreneur Elon Musk's SpaceX firm launched a Falcon 9 rocket from Florida on Thursday on a mission to hold the first batch of five dozen small satellites into Low-Earth orbit for his new Starlink web service.
But for now, Musk is 11,940 satellites short of that goal.
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Celestial events can take place in space can either over a long period of time or in the blink of an eye.
People expressed similar concerns about the Starlink satellites increasing space pollution and debris in orbit.
Astronomers believe that if the Earth's orbit is going to be crowded and cluttered with all these satellites, viewing space will be problematic. SpaceX's satellites aren't meant to be in Earth's orbit forever - they will fall back on Earth after a span of five years, burning up in the atmosphere on their way down.
Musk said there are already 4,900 Starlink satellites in orbit, but they are hardly noticeable and have nearly no impact on astronomy. Posting a picture of a Google search, he talks about how no one notices the estimated 4,900 satellites that are now in orbit.
Musk spoke about the greater good that his satellites will be accomplishing by providing internet access to billions of people. But he later tweeted that he had asked the Starlink team to look at ways of reducing the reflectivity of the satellites- and even suggested that he might be interested in putting a telescope into orbit.