A very bright meteor streaked across the skies of Atlanta Sunday night, NASA scientists revealed Monday.

NASA said that the meteor was “too bright for the all-sky camera in Cartersville to accurately determine the center of light.”

The Meteoroid Environment Office reported the meteor’s initial speed was around 23.6 km per second (52,800 mph).

The all-sky camera in Cartersville, Ga., operated by NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., captured a video and photos of the spectacular meteor.

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View of meteor from all sky camera located at Cartersville, Georgia. Credit: NASA/MSFC/Meteoroid Environment Office

 

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View of meteor from all sky camera located at Tullahoma, Tenn. Credit: NASA/MSFC/Meteoroid Environment Office

 

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View from all sky camera located at Huntsville, Alabama. Credit: NASA/MSFC/Meteoroid Environment Office

A YouTube video from NASA Marshall TV here shows the bright meteor captured from an all-sky camera in Cartersville (Credit:  NASA/MSFC/Meteoroid Environment Office).