In most soils that i have dug, the little white balls are birdshot, the black ones are magnetite.
Kai Point Coal digger operator Harry Albert says he stumbled across what may be a 66-million-year-old meteorite, when mining a coal seam at the South Otago mine recently.
Very interesting. I had to laugh at the “re-entry” comment, as to re-enter it would have to have left earth in the first place to be able to re-enter. If a meteorite that would not be possible.
On a side note, a meteorite is a meteor that has hit the earth. A meteor that doesn’t hit the earth is just a meteor & not a meteorite.