The article shows two nice pieces of rock resting on a sheet of paper being viewed by one of its discoverers.
Reading the article, we are told that the two pieces weigh a combined 585 grams and that they are suspected to have come from a meteor seen in the skies over Norway on March 1st (note the article incorrectly claims that what was seen on March 1st was a meteorite, however the term 'meteorite' is *only* applied to the actual rocks discovered, when seen in the sky it is correctly referred to as a 'meteor').
Further, we are told that this particular meteor is a breccia. This is a type of rock which is composed on fragments of older rocks stuck together in some fashion, whether simply by heat and pressure or by some bonding substance (in much the same fashion as concrete is created).
However, we have some problems with all of this.
Firstly the fact that it is a breccia.