| Why this rock is
probably not a meteorite:
1) It's too spherical. Meteorites are never this spherical.
A meteorite is a rock that was ejected from an asteroid or planet
by the collision of another meteoroid or asteroid. That process makes
angular, broken rocks, not spherical rocks. As the meteor enters the
Earth's atmosphere, some of the jagged edges are smoothed and rounded
by melting, but never to the extent of making a spherical rock. Among
lunar meteorites, the most sherical is Dhofar
2) There is no fusion crust. There is some kind of a rind, but
it doesn't look like a fusion
crust. A fusion crust is shiny and usually dark.