December 6, 2022

SpaceX rocket over New Hampshire?  Residents say what they saw

SpaceX rocket over New Hampshire? Residents say what they saw

Did you see this over New Hampshire? Granite Staters describe seeing what is believed to be a SpaceX rocket launch



Guess what it was. My friend was out with my daughter and I was inside to get ready for dinner and whenever I was noisy I heard the door open. Go, baby, baby, you should go out, expect something small, beautiful, scary, interesting. Well, some bright light was shining in the New Hampshire sky, just last night. I just happened to catch this flash of light across the sky. This is the perfect time. Pure excitement. Quite frankly. Just confused to see things, we always see strange things in the sky. Usually drones that operate with their lights on and then disappear. But I’ve never seen anything like that before. Three two one. This mysterious light in the sky is believed to be a space X Falcon that was launched from nine stars from the CAPE CANAVERAL SPACE FORCE station in Florida. It was nice. And you know, I didn’t think it was man-made. It was very close. If so, we’ll have a big problem. And what people just saw made them even more excited about exploring the great depths and possibilities of space. We’re both huge fans, just like Space and Elon Musk and all that huge, you know, Star Trek fan from back in the day. I have Jane RODDENBERRY’s opinion that SPACEX is good and space exploration is good, you know. We hope that aliens will be our friends, and space is definitely a thing. The video taken by AVION was about 740 last night, just 10 minutes after the launch of SPACE X STARLINK. Currently, SPACEX X is being created to provide online access to the United Nations

Did you see this over New Hampshire? Granite Staters describe seeing what is believed to be a SpaceX rocket launch


The light that shot through the sky over the Granite State Saturday night is believed to be a SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink. The light caught the attention of Granite Staters and filled the internet with people guessing what it was. “Pure excitement honestly,” said Avion Ersig of Plymouth. “We get excited to see things. We always see strange things in the sky, and the drones that turn on the lights usually disappear. But I’ve never seen anything like this before.” The SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida just after 7:30 p.m. Saturday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. “We’re all going to be in trouble,” said Kim Doinell of Lincoln. What people just saw made them even more excited to explore the depths and possibilities of space. “Being a huge Star Trek fan that day, I have Gene Roddenberry’s view that space is good and space exploration is good and I hope aliens are our friends,” Doinell said. Check out information from SpaceX about its Saturday evening launch.

The light that shot through the sky over the Granite State Saturday night is believed to be a SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink.

The light caught the attention of Granite Staters and filled the internet with people guessing what it was.

“Pure excitement honestly,” said Avion Ersig of Plymouth. “We get excited to see things. We always see strange things in the sky, and the drones that turn on the lights usually disappear. But I’ve never seen anything like this before.”

The SpaceX Falcon 9 Starlink launched from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida shortly after 7:30 p.m. Saturday, according to the Federal Aviation Administration.

Lincoln’s Kim Doenell said, “She was beautiful. I didn’t think she was guilty, she was so close. If she was, we’d all be in trouble hahahaha.”

What people just saw made them even more excited to explore the depths and possibilities of space.

“Being a huge Star Trek fan that day, I have Gene Roddenberry’s view that space is good and space exploration is good and I hope aliens are our friends,” Doinell said.

Check out information from SpaceX about its Saturday evening launch.