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NASA and Caltech Astronomers Find Potential Energy Supply For Life on Europa

KAMUELA, HI – Observations of Europa from the W. M. Keck Observatory help NASA and California Institute of Technology (Caltech) astronomers go one step further in demonstrating life may be possible... Read more »

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Astronomers Using Keck Observatory Discover Rain Falling from Saturn’s rings

Kamuela, HI -- NASA funded observations on the W. M. Keck Observatory with analysis led by the University of Leicester, England tracked the "rain" of charged water particles into the atmosphere of... Read more »

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Water Vapor Detected in the Atmosphere of a Hot Jupiter

Mauna Kea, HI—California Institute of Technology (Caltech) astronomers using data gathered at the W. M. Keck Observatory have developed a new technique for planetary scientists that could provide... Read more »

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While our AO lasers excite a layer of sodium ions 60 miles above Earth, some lasers can hit the moon: bit.ly/XFVKsX
The sky is ready for HIRESR and ESI. Our observers from UCB and UH are also ready. Sun set 06:56:00pm rise 05:54:00am
Go Subaru! A Chemical Signature of First-Generation Very-Massive Stars bit.ly/1werIM2
Keck 1 HIRESR is scheduled with UCB observers. Keck 2 ESI/ESI-IFU is scheduled for KECK/UH observers. Sun set 06:57:00pm rise 05:54:00am
UH observers will work with HIRESR tonight. And NASA observers will work with NIRC2-LGS. Sun set 06:58:00pm rise 05:53:00am