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Originally posted by copperhead12
By the way, your rock is beautiful compared to mine. Mine is just black until broken open then is shiny silver but in a few months turns black again.
I can send pics and maybe a piece of the rock if you can tell me what it may be and not disappear!!!!!
3) Is the specimen metallic, shiny, and silver? Meteorites are rarely bright and metallic on the outside, although they can be on the inside. Specimens that are bright and metallic on the outside, and have been found in the ground in Kentucky, may be man-made metallic silica slag. If the specimen is shiny on the outside it is not a meteorite.