If you happened to be outside overnight, you might have spotted something fiery in the sky!
Dozens of people reported seeing a fireball gleaming in the sky.
Lawrenceville resident Dan Kent said his Ring doorbell camera captured it on video around 1:18 a.m. In the video, you can see something circular and bright moving across the sky.
Kennesaw resident Barry Pender sent a similar video from the exact same time. He and other viewers also sent in video showing something similar and they weren't alone.
American Meteorological Society has a list of dozens of pending fireball reports from people in Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and Alabama from overnight on it's website. It's also not uncommon for a meteor to get many reports if they are high in the atmosphere.
AMS Certified Meteorologist James Spann tweeted a statement from Bill Cooke of the NASA Meteoroid Environment Office in Huntsville, saying all six NASA meteor cameras in region detected a fireball. Officials are still assessing the probability of the fireball producing meteorites on the ground.
Over the weekend, others took stunning photos of the Perseid meteor shower! Skywatchers could mainly see the show during Perseid's peak on the nights of Aug. 11-12 and Aug. 12-13.
According to the American Meteor Society, a meteor shower is a celestial event where meteors are observed to radiate from one point in the night sky. A fireball is another term for a very bright meteor.