Is this a meteor?

Sin Nunu

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Hi!
I found a weird rock and I thought it might be a meteor. I tried to find something similar to it but I couldn't find any. All I know is that there are iron, rock and iron-rock meteors and this one is non-magnetic. Can anyone identify it? Thank you!
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pepperj

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Do you have a picture of the complete rock?

Should a hand model for finds.
 
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Weird-looking, but not a meteorite. You don't get vesicles like that in meteorites. Looks like it might be volcanic or some kind of industrial melt-product.
 
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I moved ya from HELP! over to WHAT IS IT? for more exposure.

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