Many in Missouri saw a bright streak in sky Monday night as a confirmed meteor hurtled over St. Louis.

NASA’s Meteor watch Facebook page showed a diagram of the event.

Two cameras, one in St. Louis, and one near Albany established that the fireball was first visible at around 59 miles above the town of Cedar Hill.

The meteor could also be seen in the Ozarks.

It was picked up on video near the Willard High School football stadium.

The space rock moved at around 33,500 miles per hour and traveled 70 miles through Earth’s atmosphere before finally destroying itself near Bridgeport.

NASA estimates the meteor weighed over 200 pounds and was around 16 inches in diameter.