I'm having a hard time determining the species of this moth. The size and overall color suggests Anisota stigma, but apparently that species doesn't occur in CT. So, this may be Anisota senatoria instead.
Habitat: Attracted to a 395 nm LED light in a rural area.
''Anisota senatoria'', the orangestriped oakworm, also called the "Cheeto moth" is a Nearctic moth of the family Saturniidae and subfamily Ceratocampinae.