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The city of Westbrook, Maine shared amazing images on Monday of a giant frozen disk that formed on the Presumpscot River.
Matt Battle, an associate professor of physics at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, told the local newspaper that he's never seen anything like it.
“It’s definitely not being caused by the Coriolis force (that objects experience because of the Earth’s rotation),” Battle told the Press Herald. “It looks marvelous. It’s a beautiful thing.”