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Every New Year's Eve the skies are full of fireworks of all different colours, shapes and sizes.

But one unidentified, glowing green object was far too big and bright to be part of any celebratory display.

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Drivers caught the meteor crossing the sky on dash-cams while a lucky few managed to get footage on their mobile phones.

The UK Meteor Network described it as a 'very large fireball' which was spotted by hundreds of people from Scotland to the south of England.

Allen Shaw, who saw it over Kirklees, West Yorkshire, at around 5.30pm, said: 'It was bright white, slow moving and in view for a good few seconds. It disappeared behind the clouds heading west.' Graham Ellis, who saw it over Mirfield, West Yorkshire, said: 'It looked like a big firework with orange sparks trailing off a green object.

It was flying west up the valley towards Marsden.' Trevor Whitehead, of the Huddersfield Town Supporters Association, was driving a bus when the meteor appeared. It was flying horizontally and slower than a firework.'I've seen shooting stars before but nothing like that.' James Girling tweeted: 'Travelling up the A1 - spotted huge meteor enter Earth's atmosphere.

Absolutely insane #meteor.'Alyson Dodd posted: 'We saw the green and gold meteor flying fast over Nord Bottleshop in Whitley Bay while sat having a drink in the window.'I thought it was a firework, Matthew thought it was a fighter jet.' Greg Stone said: 'Was on the A19 approach to the Tyne Tunnel tonight and saw the bright green meteor fly overhead quite low before breaking into two and fading over Gateshead - spectacular.' @Nevermore1983 added: 'That meteor was so bright never seen one like it.

#Durham' There were over 300 reported sightings of the bright green meteor, according to the International Meteor Organisation.

Tom Gold said he spotted the sight in Northumberland, the Chronicle Live reported.

He said: 'I saw it here in Corbridge, was an outstanding sight.

Never seen anything like it before.' Famous physicist Professor Brian Cox took to social media to say he was 'sad' that he missed it.

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