A 32,000mph meteor was spotted whizzing through the sky over North Carolina.
A doorbell camera caught the fireball at astonishing speed.
American Meteor Society released footage showing the fireball lighting up the sky.
NASA Meteor Watch claims that more than 160 people witnessed the fireball lighting up the sky.
NASA wrote on Facebook: “An analysis of these accounts shows that the meteor skimmed the coast of North Carolina, becoming visible 48 miles above the ocean off Camp Lejeune, moving northeast at 32,000 miles per hour.
“It disintegrated 28 miles above Morehead City, after travelling 26 miles through Earth’s upper atmosphere.”
Reports of seeing the fireball came from Maryland, South Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia, causing no injuries or damages.
Since September 25, the video recorded on the doorbell camera had more than 125,000 views.
The same fireball was captured in colour from the dashcam of a driver.
Many people commented below NASA’s Facebook post that they saw it.
One stargazer said: “I live 45 minutes northwest of RDU Airport, and wondered if a plane was exploding!
“It was just a bit over the treeline and moved in a northerly direction, and burned out before reaching the treeline.”
Another wrote: “This meteor was seen streaking across the sky at Pawleys Island (South Carolina) on Friday evening.
“It was amazing. We saw it break up as well. We were sure it was going to hit the water.”
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