I regularly watch for meteors and satellites, literally every night the sky is clear. on april 16, 2020 i stepped outside and saw what i thought was a satellite moving from west to east. it was an orange color, about the same size as your average star, much smaller than the iss or venus. very shortly after there was another, and then another, and so on for around 15 minutes. i noticed 3 of them had a partner to my left (i was facing west). all together i counted 24 lights. they all followed the same path and were exactly the same distance from each other, and all disappeared at the same area in the sky, just before passing in front of ursa major. each light was visible for about 20 seconds. essentially it was a single file line of 21 equally spaced "satellites" and 3 of them had partners to their south. the only camera i own is my cell phone, but it will not pick up light at night.