Can I see the Starlink satellites?
That means only satellites launched before June 13 have a chance of being seen with the naked eye.
As with most stargazing activities, your best chance to see Starlink is about 30 minutes before sunrise or 30 minutes after sunset.
They should appear as a string of pearls moving across the night sky..
Can I see SpaceX satellites tonight?
Stargazers around the country are in for a treat tonight (June 26) as SpaceX launches a new batch of Starlink satellites into the sky. … Although it will not be visible in the skies straight after take-off, it may be possible to see it later that evening, experts have said.
What time will the Starlink satellites be visible?
10.14pm, Starlink-7 will be visible for four minutes, travelling from west to southeast. 11.21pm, Starlink-6 will be visible for six minutes, travelling from west to southeast. The satellites will appear as ‘trains’ of bright lights and can be spotted in the sky without binoculars or a telescope.
What time will Elon Musk satellites be visible tonight?
Starlink is passing over the UK this week, and will be visible tonight (15 May) from London at 9.35pm, and again at 10.11pm on Saturday (16 May). The satellites appear as small, fast-moving bright lights.