A bright light that was seen over South Central Texas on Sunday night was also spotted in Oklahoma and Louisiana.
But many people who saw it (or are seeing videos and pictures of it on Monday morning), are all wondering: What in the world was that?
Videos posted on social media and KSAT Connect show a large streak of light head across the sky and then fizzle off.
Some users said it could have been space junk falling into the Earth’s atmosphere, but the American Meteor Society said it was a fireball, or a large meteor.
AMS said it received more than 200 reports of the fireball from people in three states.
People in Texas saw it the most, and it appears the fireball entered the atmosphere in Cistern, AMS reported. Cistern is about an hour east of San Marcos.
“This particular fireball was probably the size of a small car prior to entering the atmosphere,” AMS stated. “The reason for the brightness is the extreme velocity at which these objects strike the atmosphere.”
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Here are some of the videos and pictures of the streak of light posted on KSAT Connect and social media.