WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- Numerous reports are coming in Thursday morning of a fireball spotted over the southeast, including from Middle Georgia.
According to Tony Rice with NASA, observations indicate it was a very bright meteor. It remains to be seen if a meteorite is found, which is usually unlikely.
WGXA News viewer Desi Arnaz Giles, Sr. spotted the fireball in Warner Robins around 6:50 a.m. Thursday and sent us this video.
Preliminary analysis of sighting reports by the American Meteor Society shows a trajectory beginning between Columbia, South Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina and ending near Wilmington, North Carolina. Most sighting reports are coming from North and South Carolina, but we know it was spotted in other bordering states like Georgia.
If you saw the fireball Thursday morning, we encourage you to submit your report to the American Meteor Society by clicking here.
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