(CBSDFW.COM) – “What was that?” That’s the question some people in North Texas have as they witnessed a strange streak of lights in the night sky Wednesday.
KTVT-TV viewers in areas throughout North Texas such as Arlington, Frisco, Euless and Roanoke sent in video of the reported lights.READ MORE: More And More Personal Protective Equipment Washing Up On Beaches Across Our Area
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Did you see it? The strange light streak over N. Texas around 9:15pm?? Lots of people did, including Hannah Bradford who says she shot this as the streak moved over Roanoke, toward @DFWAirport direction…. pic.twitter.com/DpNBj2qJhU
— Doug Dunbar (@cbs11doug) April 8, 2021
“Me and my friend were hanging out when we looked up and saw this. At first I thought it was a meteor shower of some kind but, it wasn’t glowing like fire, it looked like actual lights lined up in a straight line,” viewer Noah Shehane said.
“What was this in the sky tonight? Lasted about 20 seconds and went across the total sky. We were out for a walk when my daughter spotted it,” viewer Ted Brown added.
KTVT-TV contacted the National Weather Service and several local police departments, but we have not heard back.MORE NEWS: Nurse Karen Lam On The Challenges Of Battling COVID Pandemic And Asian Hate; 'It's Heartbreaking, Really'
Forbes reports the lines of lights were satellites launched by SpaceX for a project known as Starlink.