When I was a kid, I had a telescope. My dad and I would look up into the stars for constellations and other things, like the moon and visible planets.

Catching a speeding meteor in the night sky is something that people hope for, even as adults. There's nothing like the feeling of seeing a shooting star in the night sky.

Most meteors that you can see in the night sky are very small in size; however, one meteor on Saturday night was much bigger than usual, and it made for a phenomenal view for locals in the Buffalo region.

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According to WGRZ, a meteor was seen streaking across the night sky on Saturday night. It was likely the size of a TV or basketball.

It made for phenomenal photos. These photos were taken by Kendra Frank near Ellicottville.

That meteor looks huge. It looks like a spaceship, especially that top right view. I can't even imagine how majestic it would have looked in person.

I've seen shooting stars but certainly, nothing like that. Did anyone else see it? With how large it was and the fact it happened on a Saturday night (when many people were awake), I'm assuming it was visible for many people in Western New York.

Who knows, maybe we get another meteor like it in the coming days,

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