Yeah, I know, the headline is clickbaity. But I found the story fascinating and decided to share in spite of the headline.
I mean, start with this:
Josua Hutagalung was working on a coffin outside his house in the town of Kolang when the 2.1kg rock came hurtling through the tin veranda outside his living room.
Yes. A coffin. And 2.1 kg is 4.63 pounds, in case you were wondering.
The meteorite is carbonaceous chondrite, an extremely rare variety estimated to be 4.5 billion years old – and reportedly worth around £645 per gram.