Oh fine. Waited months for the right time to catch the Milky Way core rising at the right time with a new moon, drove hundreds of miles to get there, (hey great! no clouds tonight!) hauled the not-very-light camera slider out to the perfect spot, got the time lapse sequence running, and 2 hours and hundreds of frames into what is looking to be a great time lapse... here comes this stuff right through the middle of it. GEE! Thanks, Starlink! (Remember they said there would be minimal impact on astrophotography/astrophysics/etc?) This ain't "minimal". I can only imagine what the scientists are saying about this 'miracle of modern technology'.