DENVER -- Several people in Colorado reported seeing a possible meteor in the sky early Wednesday morning.
Viewers from Fort Collins to Castle Rock and Vail reported seeing the light about 6 a.m.
The streaking light was captured by a special camera at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. See it in Dan Daru's video report above. It was also captured on a dash camera and uploaded to YouTube.
Viewers emailed to say they saw the station.
"It was a white/yellowish color with a tail heading east to west," John Marchesi wrote.
"There was a huge ball of white with flames shooting out of the end going fast and low," Rikki Johnston wrote.
#meteor Saw it! So cool but a bit freaky.
— Barbara Ford (@bford2) March 11, 2015
Huge meteor just streaked east to west over Castlerock Colorado. It burnt bright green and faded over the mountains. #meteor
— Francis Eggelton (@nudge4ward) March 11, 2015
— Greg Moore (@GMoore34) March 11, 2015
Saw the craziest meteor I've ever seen over Denver this morning at 6:00 AM. Must have been visible for at least 8-10 seconds! #fireballs
— Nate Hershey (@nate_hershey) March 11, 2015
In Cheyenne, Wyo., meteorologist Becca Mazur captured a photo with what appeared to be the meteor's contrail.
Joel Jimenez caught the possible meteor in a Snapchat from a Home Depot in Fort Collins.