A "fireball" could be seen flying through the air from the Tennessee Valley Thursday night.

Channel 3 viewer Kostas Iannios captured what NASA confirmed to be a meteor flying over Georgia at around 6:33 p.m. EST.

According to NASA, the meteor was traveling about 29,000 miles per hour.

NASA's cameras captured the shooting star at just 50 miles above Cartersville, Georgia.

It's estimated to weigh "at least 150 pounds and over 16 inches in diameter".

READ MORE: Bright Fireball Detected by 6 NASA All Sky Cameras 

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