Second fireball meteor spotted over northern Scotland

Fireball meteor and aurora over Lewis Byron Griffiths captured this shot from the eastern side of the Isle of Lewis on Monday

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A fireball meteor has been seen over the Highlands a day after one was photographed from north west Scotland.

The second meteor could be seen from Inverness, Ullapool and also Tarbert in Argyll at about 19:00 on Tuesday.

On Monday, a display of the Northern Lights over the Highlands and Islands was lit up by a fireball meteor.

Byron Griffiths, who lives on the Isle of Lewis, photographed the scene from the eastern side of the island in the Western Isles.

A BBC News Scotland website reader who saw Tuesday's meteor from Ullapool described it as "a slow moving ball" and as bright as burning magnesium.

Do you have photographs or footage of Tuesday night's meteor? You can send them to the BBC Scotland news website at newsonlinescotland@bbc.co.uk

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