| Why this rock is probably not a meteorite:
1) No fusion crust.
The finder thought that the green-gray exterior on the bottom part
of the top photo might be a fusion crust. It might be, but more likely
it is just the weathered exterior of a terrestrial rock. On the bottom
photo (other side of the rock), the weathered exterior doesn't look
like a fusion crust at all.
2) We are unaware of any meteorite that has such a dark interior with
scattered white things.
|What is it?
Can't tell for sure from the photo, but it resembles a piece of amygdaloidal
basalt, like numbers 16 and 17.