Bright light observed over Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware

A bright light flashed in the sky over south central Pennsylvania on Saturday night, prompting reports of possible meteors, comets and even UFOs, but the object was none of those, and dozens of emails were sent by viewers, photos and videos of this object to WGAL. There were even sightings in parts of Maryland and Delaware, what an impressive sight the SpaceX Falcon 9 was, a 229-foot-long, 1.2-million-pound reusable two-stage rocket. The rocket had lifted off from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 7:32 p.m. Saturday, carrying 52 Starlink satellites in orbit. Starlink is a satellite array that provides broadband Internet access to countries around the world See what it looks like We’ve put together some of the many videos we’ve received of the rocket lighting up the night sky. You can see: Over the Susquehanna River near Perry County, East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Dallastown, York County, Kutztown, Berks County, Denver, Lancaster County, have you seen it? If you see the rocket and have photos or videos, you can share them with us in any of the following ways: Email: [email protected] Upload directly to uLocal (larger file sizes are allowed) Join the uLocal Facebook group and share

A bright light flashed in the sky over south-central Pennsylvania on Saturday night, leading to reports of possible meteors, comets and even UFOs, but the object was none of those.

Viewers sent dozens of emails, photos and videos of the object to WGAL.

There have even been sightings in parts of Maryland and Delaware.

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what it was?

An impressive sight was the SpaceX Falcon 9, a 229-foot-long, 1.2 million-pound reusable two-stage rocket.

It took off from the Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida at 7:32 pm on Saturday.

The rocket carried 52 Starlink satellites into orbit.

Starlink is a group of satellites that provide broadband Internet access to countries around the world.

look how it looks

We’ve put together some of the many videos we’ve received of the rocket lighting up the night sky. You can see the following:

On the Susquehanna River near Berry County

East Hempfield County, Lancaster County

Dalstown, York County

Kutztown, Berks County

Denver, Lancaster County

Do you see him?

If you see the missile and have photos or videos, you can share them with us in any of the following ways:

Email: [email protected]

Upload directly to uLocal (allows larger file sizes)

Join and share our uLocal Facebook group

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