Streaks of light spotted in the sky

Could it be a shooting star or something else?

Falling stars

Meteors are most often seen as a very brief streak of light in the night sky. These streaks of light are commonly called “shooting stars” or “falling stars”. Although they are most often seen at night, especially bright meteors can be seen during daylight. The streak that we call a meteor is a trail of glowing vapor produced when a small particle of space debris enters Earth’s atmosphere. Big meteorites about the size of a football can produce a fireball which can be brighter than a full moon! If you want to see a meteorite, spend some time outside at night.