|Fall date||April 1969|
On April 25, 1969, Bovedy, a meteorite fell in the area of Bovedy, Northern Ireland. After entering the atmosphere over the Bristol Channel, traversing Wales and the Irish Sea before landing near Limavady.
The meteorite was found three days later broken into two pieces after falling through the roof of a shop in Sprucefield. The second fragment of the meteorite was discovered on S. Gilmore's farm in Bovedy. 
Composition and classification
The meteorite appeared to be brown and black, but the inside showed grey chondrules with flecks of metal within the meteorite. Before it separated on impact, the first fragment weighed 513g and the second fragment weighed 4,950g.
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