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ʻOumuamua

‘Imiloa’s Maunakea Skies talk with Astronomer Dr. Richard Wainscoat Friday (April 20)

Learn about Near-Earth Objects and the potentially disastrous outcomes that occur once they reach Earth.

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Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope. Courtesy Photo.

Dr. Simons, Director at Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, talk in Hilo Friday (March 16)

Learn about future astronomical discoveries at ‘Imiloa’s Maunakea Skies talk with Dr. Doug Simons, Director at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope (CFHT) on Friday, March 16 at 7 p.m.

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Gemini-Telescope

Why is it Dark at Night? A Modern Look at Olber’s Paradox presentation

Dr. Tom Geballe will discuss Olber’s Paradox: a historical argument that states the darkness of the night sky conflicts with the assumption of an infinite and eternal “static universe”. Olber’s Paradox argues that if the universe is populated by an infinite amount of stars, and if the universe has existed for an infinite amount of […]

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Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope. Photo courtesy of CFHT

‘Imiloa presents: Cracking the Code of Existence-Universal Questions and Answers from Maunakea

Dr. Doug Simons, Executive Director of the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, will delve into “precision cosmology,” studying the structure, evolution and origin of the entire Universe, and observations of objects near the edge of the visible Universe.

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Come to `Imiloa if you Dare!

Saturday, October 31 from 6 pm to 8 pm for a walk through the exhibit hall in a different light. Experience Brains in Space, Alien Autopsy, the Pit of Science, much more. All Ages welcome. $5 for non-member and $4 for members. Visit www.imiloahawaii.org for more details call (808) 969-9703

`Imiloa Astronomy Center’s Spooky Science Hall Saturday

Come to `Imiloa if you Dare! Saturday, October 31 from 6 pm to 8 pm for a walk through the exhibit hall in a different light. Experience Brains in Space, Alien Autopsy, the Pit of Science, much more. All Ages welcome. $5 for non-member and $4 for members. Visit www.imiloahawaii.org for more details call (808) […]

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Aerospace Week: Snuggle up at Imiloa sleepover

Aerospace Week: Snuggle up at Imiloa sleepover

MEDIA RELEASE Celebrate Aerospace week and snuggle under the stars with Imiloa’s first sleepover. The weeklong celebration also includes activities, workshops by NASA scientists and a free talk by internationally renowned science journalist, author and speaker Andrew Chaikin. Additional planetarium shows will be available including One World, One Sky: Big Bird’s Adventure and the 3-D […]

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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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Journalist Bill Dorman at Hawai‘i Island Chamber of Commerce Meeting

Journalist Bill Dorman at Hawai‘i Island Chamber of Commerce Meeting

MEDIA RELEASE Hilo, HI—May, 4 2009—The Hawai`i Island Chamber of Commerce (HICC) was fortunate to present the Emmy Award-winning journalist Bill Dorman as the guest speaker at the Third General Membership Meeting luncheon on May 4th at the `Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai`i Sky Garden Restaurant. Dorman, who has covered stories from more than a […]

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