*The above video was recorded by Laszlo Marsi as a string of lights passed over Atwood Lake Saturday night*

(WJW) — You are not alone … if you’re one of many people still wondering what those “mysterious” lights are in the night sky over Northeast Ohio.

Several viewers in areas where skies cleared at just the right time saw the string of lights both Saturday and Sunday night. If you missed them you’ll have another chance Monday night.

The photo below shows the string of lights above Portage Lakes near Akron. The picture was captured by Angela Caldwell.

Credit: Angela Cladwell

FOX 8 Viewer Laszlo Marsi is one of many people in recent months who told FOX 8 News Saturday night “I thought they were UFOs.”

Local astronomer Jay Reynolds says there is a good explanation for the lights. They’re from Starlink, a satellite internet constellation operated by SpaceX.

This isn’t the first time the SpaceX satellites have lit up the night sky in Northeast Ohio, but he notes sightings are happening “more and more.”

Reynolds confirmed Sunday night the satellites went directly over Cleveland.

“About 20 satellites in a line were seen starting at 8:36 p.m., peaking at 8:39 p.m. and fading about 35 degrees above the East South East horizon,” he said.

The lights are expected to be seen Monday night as well.

Did you see the lights?