A Dutch astronomer captured video footage showing a string of roughly 60 Starlink satellites.
The video shows the "train" of satellites speeding in a straight line as they orbit around the earth.
The satellites were launched Thursday evening by SpaceX, Elon Musk's rocket company.
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A stunning video shot by a Dutch astronomer captured a string of roughly 60 Starlink satellites zooming across the night sky, one day after they were launched into orbit.
The astronomer, Marco Langbroek, wrote in a blog post that he had calculated the search orbit himself to find out when they would pass by, and "stood ready" with his camera.