From the photographer: “The night sky in mid-latitudes is crowded with satellites on this near summer solstice night. This stacked image of multiple exposures is taken took over a short night in early June from Alberta, purposely to pick up and accumulate all the satellites that criss-cross our sky on a summer night. Some are aircraft. But most are satellites. At 51° N we are at the worst latitude for seeing small satellite networks like Starlinks and as most sets peak at their maximum northern points at this latitude.”



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