50 Lights Move West 1 After the Other.

Location of Sighting: Coram, Montana
Date of Sighting: November 28, 2019
Time of Sighting: 6:30 to 6:45 AM PST

Description: About 20 minutes to a half hour ago I saw about 50 lights in the sky in the same pattern going from East to West one after the other and they are on the same track line. They were lights and they were not flashing. I was wondering maybe it could have a military shift of planes going on the same path. My friend also saw it as I woke him up.

Note: Several Starlink satellites were visible at the time of the sighting, but they were moving to the Northeast. It is possible that the witness may have reported the direction of movement wrong.

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3 Responses to 50 Lights Move West 1 After the Other.

  1. Whitey Fisk says:

    I saw something very similar in Kila this morning at 6:06 AM. They were dead silent, brighter than stars or satellites. There were 40 to 50 lights unevenly spaced apart in a straight line, moving unusually fast across the sky west to east. I observed them for around 4 minutes. I have seen 8 to 10 helicopters together, but never 50. There were no flashing lights and absolutely no sound could be detected. They all tracked on the same line with the entire string of lights stretching out hundreds of feet long. It was quite incredible to witness.

  2. Zackery K. says:

    Did they look like they had wings and were they moving in a straight line formation? Because not to long ago I saw something similar here in Libby. They were all flying in a straight line about 50 or them and were going very fast as well as silent

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