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    What is this rock

    Can someone I’d this rock?
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    I can't ID but that is one cool rock! Post in "Rocks & Gems " Forum for more chances at ID.

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    us
    Feb 2019
    Burlington NC
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    I don't know, but it is super cool!

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    us
    Jan 2013
    Maryland
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    It looks a lot like this one posted here a while back. See the link "Could this be a meteorite?" below.

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    Could this be a meteorite?
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    Priv8ear

    Aug 2018
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    Welcome to TNet Brenda!

    My vote's on meteorite! One hint on identifying meteorites is that they're really dense. They seem really heavy for their size. Find it's weight per unit of volume and that's the specific gravity. That should give you some clue.

    Congrats on very cool find!
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    Phil

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    us
    Jan 2013
    Maryland
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    Where are my manners? I'd also like to welcome you to TNet Brenda.

    In the thread I linked to above, that rock wasn't really ever identified, but most of the people who commented didn't think it was a meteorite. I hope this one gets more attention. I love it when someone here solves a mystery.
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    steve andermatt

    Apr 2013
    California
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    It looks to have some rust coming from it,so it might be something with iron in it, maybe an iron ore,another possibility is an iron meteorite but I don't know with any definite knowledge these are just my observations.
    back of the boat

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    steve andermatt

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    Also welcome to TNet.
    back of the boat

 

 

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