Watch this space.
The hunt is on for pieces of a meteor that crashed near Cairns, Australia, on Saturday night.
The meteoroid fireball, which gave off a neon-green hue as it hurtled through the atmosphere, lit up the sky upon impact and startled citizens.
The incredible astronomical event was captured by a security camera at Cairns Airport, with the footage subsequently going viral.
“We witnessed some pretty incredible activity across our skies last night,” the airport wrote on Facebook beneath the breathtaking clip.
The video has thrilled 45,000 space lovers who belong to the Facebook group Australian Meteor Reports. Some of them are now reportedly searching for remnants of the meteoroid.
The rock is believed to have landed somewhere near the small town of Croydon, around 250 miles from Cairns.
“I’ve heard that people may be coming looking for it,” Croydon Shire Mayor Trevor Pickering told ABC Australia. “There’s got to be bits of it laying around somewhere.”
“Finding the site would be difficult, but I would actually like to put a helicopter up and have a bit of a fly-around,” he added.
Professor Paulo De Souza from Griffith University told ABC that he believes it was a common metallic meteorite, due to the blue and green coloring it gave off while blazing through the sky.
Finding any remnants of the space rock would be extremely difficult.
“You have to win a lottery to find a really special piece of rock that came from a unique place,” he declared.
Meanwhile, Professor Phil Bland, from Curtin University’s School of Earth and Planetary Sciences, explained that, in most cases, an entire meteoroid “burns up and nothing lands.”
However, due to the “sonic boom” felt by some residents in Croydon, the professor believes meteor hunters may be in luck this time around.
“There is a chance that something landed,” he optimistically declared.