reply to post by P-M-H
Where do you live? could be military planes. The moving stars I see in my area don't blink. They just reflect Sun's light because they are silvery.
That would be really strange to see a delta formation of sattelites
Originally posted by zayonara
Yes when I observed the delta of satellites it was obvious that there was empty space in between them. When the sun is under, but close to the horizon, is when the satellites glisten the most.
One of the interesting sights in the night sky are the Naval Ocean Surveillance System (NOSS) satellite formations, each having two or three satellites in close proximity to one another. Normally these satellites are relatively dim to the unaided eye, but on occasion they brighten sufficiently to be easily seen in a dark sky.
There are some spacecraft for which no formally published orbital elements exist. Instead, amateur satellite watchers have acquired and tracked these objects and publish unofficial information. The NOSS satellite groups are part of traveling trios that are associated with an apparent surveillance system.