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Scientists puzzle over huge ice balls falling on Spain

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Scientists confounded by bizarre ice ball phenomenon  

January 19, 2000
Web posted at: 2:04 p.m. EST (1904 GMT)

MADRID (CNN) -- Scientists in Spain are trying to clear up a meteorological mystery -- searching for the source of huge ice balls that have fallen on Madrid and other areas in the past week.

They've ruled out hail and doubt the ice came from a comet or fell from an airplane.

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