Bright orbs of light in the Northern California sky

If you looked at the sky tonight, you might have seen some lights in the sky. What was it? What would it be? Who knows. The objects are a Japanese communications suite called ICS-EF, which was sent to the International Space Station in 2009, he said. McDowell explained that the object, cataloged as object 45265, orbited Earth for 3 years as space debris and then re-entered. We’ll update this page when we know what it is at 9:30pm in California. In the meantime, if you’ve taken pictures or videos of those flashing lights, we’d love to see them. Callers from all over Northern California and the Bay Area have called into our newsroom reporting sightings of the lights. Email those images/videos to [email protected] and give us permission to use them for on-air and online purposes.

If you looked at the sky tonight, you probably saw some lights in the sky.

what is that? What would it be? Who knows.

Jonathan McDowell, an astronomer and astrophysicist at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, took to Twitter to explain what the objects could be. The objects were a Japanese communications suite called ICS-EF, which was sent to the International Space Station in 2009, he said.

McDowell explained that the object, cataloged as object 45265, spent three years orbiting Earth as space debris before re-entering California at 9:30 p.m.

If we find out what it is, we’ll update this page. For now, if you’ve taken pictures or videos of those flashing lights, we’d love to see them.

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Callers from all over Northern California and the Bay Area have called into our newsroom reporting sightings of the lights.

Email those images/videos to [email protected] and give us permission to use them for on-line and online purposes.

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