Light Bulb visible on the Hudson Valley after SpaceX launched a rocket on Saturday.

Space

September 29, 2022

By Aahil

A light ball that was visible from the skies on Saturday September 24, is likely not an unidentified flight object, meteor or maybe even a shooting star.

Instead, the multitude of people from Hudson Valley and beyond Hudson Valley and beyond who took pictures of the bizarre luminescence on their smartphones and camera were snapping photos of the most recent SpaceX launch.

As per SpaceX's SpaceX website, around 7.32 p.m. Saturday evening, SpaceX began to launch its Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.

The website states that nine minutes following the launch, the initial phase of Falcon 9 returned to Earth landing upon the SpaceX drone ship barge in Port Canaveral.

This is the 4th launch, landing and landing mission for SpaceX's Falcon 9 first stage booster which was earlier launched SES-22 and has now launched three Starlink missions," SpaceX said.

SpaceX is the privately-owned space venture that is owned by billionaire Elon Musk. It's collaborating with NASA to assist the crew of the International Space Station.

According to NASA this fifth crew of astronauts will arrive on the 3rd of October.