| Why this rock
is probably not a meteorite:
This one is from Canada. Like the previous one, it resembles a lunar
breccia. However, the white "clasts" are grains high-potassium feldspar,
which is rare on the Moon. Note the trapezoidal shapes and parallel
sides. That's the crystal growth form, not an impact breakage form.
|What is it?
Probably another terrestrial volcaniclastic rock. The finder and
I agree that it would make a nice kitchen countertop.