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The Kapoeta meteorite is a rare type of meteorite called a Howardite which is the H in the HED family of achondrite meteorites that may have as their source the asteroid Vesta. Howardites are composed of eucrite and diogenite pieces and are the debris of impacts that have lithified into new stone.