| Why this rock is probably not a meteorite:
Maybe they are.
|What are they?
These are the first photos that we've been sent by someone who was
not a meteorite dealer where we've suspected that the rocks depicted
may really be meteorites. The top rock does appear to have a
weathed or abraded fusion crust. The bottom rock (recto side) has
some kind of crust or rind. The inside resembles an ordinary
chondrite in that it has mineral and chondrule-like (rounded) grains of the
proper size and color as well as some shiny specks that may be metal.
The verso side appears to be a shiny glass, which would be unusual
for a meteorite, however.