Layers and Stripes

If a rock has layers or stripes, then it is not a meteorite

Meteorites do not have layers. Parallel layers can only be formed on planetary bodies that have gravity plus standing water or wind. Meteorites come from places with little gravity and water. Meteorites do not have stripes. They do not have any parallel linear features.

None of these rocks are meteorites.
None of these rocks are meteorites.
None of these rocks are meteorites.
None of these rocks are meteorites.
None of these rocks are meteorites. None of these rocks has a fusion crust.