| Why this rock is probably not a meteorite:
1) No fusion crust.
2) The round things are too variable in size, and the biggest ones
are too big, to be chondrules.
|What is it?
Don't know; might be a chondrite. If it is, the rock has
been weathered and eroded to such an extent that the fusion crust
has been worn off and some of the "chondrules" stand out
in positive relief.
We suspect, however, that this is another amygdaloidal
basalt, like number 17.