Smithsonian.com-Daily Newsletter

Welcome to the “Smithsonian.com – Daily Newsletter” update from Hawaii Science Digest.  Views expressed in this science and technology news summary are those of the reporters and correspondents.  Content supplied by the “Smithsonian Magazine.”

Accessed on 09 October 2018, 0410 UTC.

Source:  https://www.smithsonianmag.com

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This Interactive Map Shows Fall Foliage Predictions Across the U.S. image
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On an Active Volcano, a Northern Fur Seal Population Is Booming image
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Today in History
On this day in 1871, the Great Chicago Fire broke out in the barn of Patrick and Catherine O’Leary. Although many blamed a cow belonging to the O’Learys for kicking over a lantern, the animal and its owner were officially exonerated by the Chicago City Council in 1997.

Check out five Chicago landmarks that survived the flames.

PHOTO OF THE DAY
There one moment, and gone the next. A late autumn storm drops fresh snow on the peaks of Glacier National Park, as well as almost completely concealing them behind thick clouds. After noticing this mountain briefly poke out of the mist and then vanish, I prepared my camera and waited for it to present itself again.
“A Peek of a Peak” Photo by Gabriel Brodowy

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Russ Roberts

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