Hailstones

Abstract

I HAVE frequently observed that when hailstones are large and well formed, they are almost invariably round and smooth at one end roughly conical at the other (as in the annexed sketch), so as to suggest the idea that they are broken portions of spheres, of a structure radiating from the centre.

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