A bright light that passed in the night sky over parts of the U.S. east coast most likely was a "single meteor event", according to NASA.
Reports of the meteor flew in from as far south as Florida, all the way north to New England.
While a relatively small event, the meteor received a lot of attention through Twitter with many trying to compare it to the meteorite that hit Chelyabinsk, Russia last month.
In Russia, people reported a boom before glass across the city shattered, leaving 1,000 people injured.
The piece of space rock over the U.S. appeared brighter than a full moon in the night sky.
No debris has been recovered.
A meteor is a piece of space debris that burns up in the Earth's atmosphere while a meteorite is debris that hits the Earth's surface.