Cool clip shows Space-X satellites moving across sky in "satellite train"
A cool clip shows some of Space-X's newest Starlink satellites moving across the sky in a "satellite train" today (June 21st).
This group of satellites was launched on June 13 and is gradually separating, but is still relatively close to each other.
The private space company launched 58 of the new Starlink satellites on June 13 as part of its plan to provide Internet connections to Earth.
The clip was shot by Conthey in Switzerland.
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