WE NEED YOUR HELP DECIDING WHICH SPECIMEN IS CLOSEST TO A METEORITE SO WE CAN HAVE IT TESTED!!! PLEASE REPOST WITH CIRCLED POSSIBLES! THANK YOU!!!!

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Welcome again.

Might I ask what leads you to believe that any of these rocks might be meteorites?

On your first post you had singled out a magnetic Earth rock as potentially being a meteorite. Is that why you are deliberating on these rocks? Because they show attraction to a magnet? If so, as I previously said, it's not a specific indicator for a rock being meteoritic.

For the rocks posted here, many of them exhibit features which would not be found in meteorites and none of them exhibit features which would suggest meteorites. I see no fusion crust; no aerodynamic sculpting, ablation faces, regmaglypts or flow lines; no chondrules; and no impact shocking. Nothing really. Sorry.
 

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