| Why this rock is probably not a meteorite:
On fresh falls, meteorite fusion crusts
can be shiny, but probably not this shiny. Also, they tend to be blacker,
at least on chondrites. Fusion crusts usually cover a stone thoroughly;
there aren't gaps, as there appear to be on this stone.
It's got holes. Meteorites don't have holes
|What is it?
Can't tell from the photo, but it's probably a hard, fine-grained
terrestrial rock that has been abraded by other rocks in moving water
and polished by fine-grained sand or silt. In this respect it's similar
to meteorwrongs 043 and 045.