Lots of people were shocked to see some strange lights all in a row over the Central Indiana sky last night. There were about 20 of them all the same distance apart and TV and radio stations were flooded with calls of people asking what they were. It turns out some 400 satellites were sent up last month as a part of SpaceX's Starlink satellite chain to bring Internet access to the world. They were low in the Earths' orbit which is why they were so visible. Here's REALLY COOL video below of what it looked like when SpaceX satellites lit up the sky in the Netherlands in a similar fashion last May. Hope they keep their social distance! LOL!!