LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — What were those lights?

SpaceX launched 60 new Starlink internet satellites into orbit Monday, Nov. 11 and the sight was seen across the country.

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The satellites launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida but could be seen over Los Angeles.

The launch is SpaceX’s plan to bring global internet coverage to the world.

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The satellites rode into space atop a veteran Falcon 9, ending a nearly three-month launch hiatus for the company.

The Veteran’s Day launch from Space Launch Complex 40 marked the fourth flight for this particular booster, and the first time a Falcon 9 has flown more than three times.

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Inside the rocket’s nose cone were 60 Starlink satellites – the second batch of SpaceX’s broadband internet mega constellation. The company hopes the satellites will help provide affordable internet coverage to the world.