It's crucial to remember that UFO stands for "unidentified flying object."

A dazzling ball of light can fly through the sky in the footage "faster than any plane."

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It seems to break apart into multiple parts as she records it, then resumes moving in the same direction.

So what is happening? This woman, in fact, captured a meteor or particle of space debris entering the atmosphere on camera.

The split was visible in this video because the object shattered and caught fire while falling.

This is relatively frequent when meteors and other space debris fall on Earth.

Based on the relative brightness of the meteors in the sky, the American Meteor Society has categorized meteor activity into several levels.

The term "fireball" refers to any meteor larger than Venus, and they request that any such events be reported to them on their website, https://www.amsmeteors.org/.