If you thought you spotted an meteor above Luxembourg on Thursday morning, you probably did.
The French Meteor Observation Network confirmed the phenomenon, which was spotted around 10:30am.
It said that the meteor travelled over the east of France between Reims and Nancy.
Social media was buzzing with comments from people who witnessed the fiery spectacle.
Frederick R said: “I looked out of my office window while I was on a call and clearly saw a fireball with a tail light. What struck me was that it seemed very close to the ground.”
The meteor appears to have started its path above Chalons-en-Champagne, heading north-east and disappearing between Marn, Meuse and Brussels.
The phenomenon occurs when astral or comet debris travels at great speed into the earth's atmosphere.