Keith Jones from Tonypandy took this photograph of a meteor which is part of the Perseids meteor shower.
The shower peaked last night but will be visible for a few more nights.
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People all over Wales took to Twitter to share their excitement at having seen the Perseids meteor shower last night.
The photographer, Mike Davies, said the night sky was "exceptionally clear" over Neath.
Stargazers in Wales were delighted by the "natural firework display" of the Perseids meteor shower last night.
Meteors - often known as shooting stars - appeared as a result of material falling from the tail of Comet Swift-Tuttle.
The Perseids meteor shower is an annual event, between mid-July and mid-August, but last night was expected to be particularly good, with as many as 60 meteors an hour visible to the naked eye.
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