On January 20, the Subaru Telescope placed in Hawaii captured a blue spiral in the night sky. The spiral was spotted above a volcano in Hawaii. According to reports, this might have something to do with the launch of satellite by SpaceX.
Looking just like a normal star in the star-filled sky of Hawaii, the formation slowly took its shape and spiralled into a shinning blue figure. On the day of the spotting, SpaceX had launched a satellite into the medium orbit with the help of a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida.
There have been many instances, where such spiral formations are reported after the launch of satellites by SpaceX. Experts believe that these formations can be caused due to the expulsion of leftover fuel from satellites launched.
Video Credits: Washington Post