Residents in Perth, Australia, witnessed a spectacular light show on Saturday night.
A meteor blazed through the sky, leaving a bright tail in its wake. The moment was captured on camera.
Perth astronomer Rick Tonello said the meteor was no bigger than half the size of a Volkswagen car and may have been as small as a carton of beer, as it burned up (62 miles) within the earth's atmosphere.
Witnesses say the sky lit up followed by a thundering sound that shook buildings.
Astronomers say this noise was a sonic boom, caused by the speed of the meteor.
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