Sometimes melt rock in meteorites contains blebs of metal-troilite (FeS) intergrowths. Here are examples from two rocks. NWA 869 is the well known L3-6 regolith breccia. It took a pounding on the surface of its parent body and contains a variety of clasts including melt rock. All 95 grams of NWA 6579 is melt rock. The composition of its olivine and its metal tell that it is an L ordinary chondrite.