I usually try to avoid writing about aliens. Along also the people seeing them as well, but this month and last year have been crazy when it comes to UFOs. In case you missed the US Government has multiple statements about UFOS, and the US military has UFO reports that 'does not confirm or rule out alien activity.' It is a crazy time indeed.

That's where this Iowan comes in. Jeremy is 42 years old and lives near Iowa City. He was out with some friends on Sunday, and got these pictures.

This is just your everyday blurry image of something in the sky. Jeremy thought otherwise though.

It's like when you try to take a pic of the moon, it never looks how you see it, but this thing was drooping green lights. This second pic shows new lights almost making a line. These lights followed the ship for a second and then zipped off.

While there is definitely a green tint, which is strange. This could also just have rational reasoning as well. This could be something known as 'Starlink' which is a satellite internet constellation being constructed by SpaceX.

The constellation will consist of thousands of mass-produced small satellites in low Earth orbit (LEO), which communicate with designated ground transceivers. The SpaceX satellite development facility in Redmond, Washington houses the Starlink research, development, manufacturing, and orbit control teams.

Space has become a place of science and fiction seeing as though some believe this month the Government will admit to there being aliens. Only time will tell. What do you think?

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