New footage has emerged showing a mysterious green flash which appeared in the early hours of the morning, baffling nearby residents.
The light was captured on police dashcam on in Lisle, Illinois, in the early hours of Monday morning.
The fireball streaks from nowhere in the sky and suddenly explodes in a dazzling green flash of light before vanishing.
The celestial show was also spotted over Lake Michigan , where several sightings were reported between 1:30 and 3am.
Video also appeared from residents across Wisconsin who had caught the moment on camera.
The American Meteor Society reported more than 350 sightings of the fireball in the neighbouring states.
BOOM!!! Large flash of green light at 'meteor' drops over Wisconsin
The Society also said there were reports of sightings in numerous other states including Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky.
The Chicago Tribune reported that weather service offices in Wisconsin received reports of sonic booms.
The puzzling light has yet to be given an official explanation.
Illinois cops spot huge green meteor on dashcam
But it is thought to have been from a meteor, reports NWS Milwauke.
It reports that the meteor was seen on weather maps over Lake Michigan at 1:31am.
About 100 tons of dust and sand-sized particles known as meteorites enter the Earth's atmosphere each day, though most are too small to be noticed, according to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
NASA estimates that a meteor about the size of a car enters the Earth's atmosphere on average once a year, producing an impressive fireball that burns up before reaching the ground.
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