I know people generally believe that meteorites are hot, but actually they are very cold. After being in outer space for millennia, they are frozen. The brief transit through the atmosphere is not sufficient to heat them, most of that energy is dissipated by burning off the outer layer, slowing it down, and sonics. We cannot distinguish between heat and this extreme cold.
I wasn't sure if you wanted it to be accurate or go with the traditional beliefs.
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Amusingly, on day 3 of a HC Seal Clubber Teetotaler run, I got a cute meteoroid as my third drop of the day, after a metal meteoroid and meadeorite. I didn't encounter any of the other standard drops. This means that either it is actually included in the formula of daily drops or that the cute meteoroid replaces a normal drop at random.--Volc (talk) 01:33, 6 February 2019 (UTC)