A bright light in the night sky surprised the residents GuantanamoThey were surprised while recording on their mobile phones about the origin of the event.
“what is that?“, one of them asks in a video shared on social networks. Recorded in almost “perfect” darknessThe video shows a point of light moving off a path in the sky.
Amidst residents’ surprise, a young man’s voice explains the strike event, indicating that “a Russian plane is breaking the sound barrier.”
“Guantanameros saw a light in the sky… These are the 22 satellites of the Starlink constellation belonging to the Falcon Rocket, which took off from Cape Canaveral, Florida this Friday the 13th at 7:01 p.m.,” the official specification points out. Miguel news.
According to the page Space Launch ScheduleIt’s the launch of Starlink Group 6-22’s Falcon 9 Block 5, which successfully lifted off from Cape Canaveral this Friday, October 13 at 11:01 p.m.
At a launch cost of $52 million, the rocket will put another communications satellite into orbit from a planned batch of 22 satellites for the Starlink megaconstellation, SpaceX’s plan for a space-based Internet communications system.
Founded in 2002, Billionaires Space Exploration Technologies Corp. is known as SpaceX. Elon Muskis an American aerospace manufacturing and space transportation services company based in Hawthorne, California, that aims to reduce space transportation costs and enable the colonization of Mars.
In late August, SpaceX’s Falcon 9 Heavy rocket launched from Cape Canaveral. At night Baracoa surprised residentsIn the eastern province of Guantanamo.
What appeared to be an Unidentified Flying Object (UFO) or meteorite flying over the skies of Primate City was none other than Musk’s new space mission.
“Users on social networks report seeing a light effect in Barakova, and some identify it as a UFO and others as a fireball, but paradoxically they note that the phenomenon lasted 1 minute or more,” the magazine later pointed out. Technical youth on their social networks.
In early May, the Falcon 9 Heavy rocket, also owned by SpaceX, was launched. The night surprised some Miami residentsPeople are more used to seeing these spaceships being launched from Cape Canaveral, about 300 kilometers from the city.