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A Tale of Two Telescopes: Astronomy With Invisible Light

A Tale of Two Telescopes: Astronomy With Invisible Light

MEDIA RELEASE Lecture by Professor Gary Davis, Director Joint Astronomy Centre, on July 16 and 18 at 7 p.m. Hawai‘i Island, HI – “A Tale of Two Telescopes: Astronomy with Invisible Light” is the topic of a free public lecture on Thursday, July 16 in Waimea and Saturday, July 18 in Hilo. The speaker will be […]

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Thirty Meter Telescope draft EIS released

The purpose of the Draft EIS is to present the existing environmental conditions, analyze the potential effects of the project, and identify ways to minimize potential adverse impacts.

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AstroTalk: "Beyond the Eyeball: Come See What You Are Missing"

AstroTalk: “Beyond the Eyeball: Come See What You Are Missing”

MEDIA RELEASE Dr Glen Petitpas (Submillimeter Array) will give a public “AstroTalk” on the UH Hilo campus on Friday, May 22. Petitpas’ talk, scheduled for 7:15 pm at the UCB Room 100, is entitled “Beyond the Eyeball: Come See What You Are Missing” Most people who love astronomy, fell in love with the beautiful photographs […]

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Galaxy Forum at Imiloa Astronomy Center Sunday

Galaxy Forum at Imiloa Astronomy Center Sunday

MEDIA RELEASE Galaxy Forum Hawai‘i – Hilo “21st Century Education – Get to Know Our Place in the Universe” An exploratory forum to promote Galaxy Education in the 21st Century FREE Admission — Open to the Public When: Sunday, 17 May 2009, 10:30am – 12:30 Where: `Imiloa Astronomy Center Who: Open to Hawaii’s educators and education advocates, […]

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Family Library Night Astronomy Edition in Kailua-Kona

Family Library Night Astronomy Edition in Kailua-Kona

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AstroDay Celebration of Astronomy and Hawaiian Culture

AstroDay Celebration of Astronomy and Hawaiian Culture

A the Prince Kuhio Plaza Featuring: Mauna Kea Observatories displays, Hawaiian cultural artisans and exhibits, hands-on educational activities. Musical performances by: Keoki Kahumoku, Sonny Lim, Brittni Paiva, John Keawe, Russel Mauga. For more information www.astroday.net or email fujmon@mac.com

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Cosmic Poster Contest deadline approaching

Cosmic Poster Contest deadline approaching

Celebrate the International Year of Astronomy (IYA) 2009 with your style! Cosmic Poster Contest The Universe: Yours to Discover For K-12 students on the Big Island of Hawai`i

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Keck Observatory Hosts Mauna Kea Lecture Series

In celebration of the International Year of Astronomy and commemorating 400 years of the telescope, the 2009 Maunakea Lecture Series will feature the latest in cosmic discovery presented by the directors of the observatories of Mauna Kea. You are invited to attend the February Maunakea Lecture titled “Astronomy with Aloha” by Christian Veillet, the executive […]

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This month the full Moon will be just a little bigger and brighter than usual. This Friday's full Moon, the "Long Night Moon" as it occurs just before the winter solstice, may seem unusual if you take a moment to step outside and view it

A Bigger, Brighter Full Moon

This month the full Moon will be just a little bigger and brighter than usual. This Friday’s full Moon, the “Long Night Moon” as it occurs just before the winter solstice, may seem unusual if you take a moment to step outside and view it

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