| Why this rock is probably not a meteorite:
1) There's no fusion crust. The surface
is not smooth.
2) On the right, there's a big round clast. Other big round clasts
have clearly fallen out. Meteorites don't ever have clasts this round.
3) There are no kind of brecciated meteorites where, on a broken surface,
the clasts stick out in positive relief (right) or where clasts easily
pluck out, leaving a cavity (front). In a meteorite, the clasts and
matrix have similar hardness, so a break goes right through as though
the clasts weren't there. For example, see QUE