Cosmic Matters

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Director Lewis Shares Vision for Keck Observatory

WAIMEA, HI – As those of you lucky enough to have joined us last Thursday underneath the Hawaiian stars and by the surf of Kauna’oa know, we wrapped up our 10 th season of the Evenings with... Read more »

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Keck’s Cosmic Web Image Awarded Top Ten Breakthrough for 2014

MAUNA KEA, HAWAII – UC Santa Cruz astronomers who used the W. M. Keck Observatory to capture the first image of a filament of the "cosmic web" have been recognized by the editors of Physics World... Read more »

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Walk Our Solar System

By Logan KuglerWAIMEA, HI — How would you like to take a stroll to Venus? Has your family always wanted to visit Saturn? You’ll get your chance on Saturday, November 8th at the 4th Waimea Solar... Read more »

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Earth and The Milky Way Just Got a Few Trillion New Neighbors

By Logan Kugler Do you know where you live? You probably know your street address and the name of your town, state, and country. But what about your cosmic address — your location among the stars?... Read more »

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Cosmic Matters: Stormy Weather on Uranus

Mauna Kea, Hawaii – Weather on any planet can be quite unpredictable. As hurricanes threaten the Aloha State, astronomers working at W. M. Keck Observatory on the island of Hawaii were surprised by... Read more »

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The New York Times Profiles Geoff Marcy

The following is an excerpt from The New York Times. Click on link below to see full story."BERKELEY, CALIF. — Last summer a homely room in the basement of a math building on the University of... Read more »

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Total Lunar Eclipse

Waimea, Hawaii—Hawaii Fans of Keck Observatory are in prime position to view a total lunar eclipse tonight—one of two expected this year.After the full moon rises at sunset, the eclipse will... Read more »

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Aussie Scientist Finds Rare Supernova at Keck Observatory

By Prof. Duncan ForbesIt was a dark and stormy night in the city of Angels. Well, actually it wasn't. But more on that later...It was a clear night on the summit of Mauna Kea at Keck Observatory on... Read more »

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Hilton A. Lewis Named Interim Keck Observatory Director

Kamuela, Hawaii – The Board of Directors of the W. M. Keck Observatory has named Hilton A. Lewis Interim Director of the observatory, which operates the two Keck telescopes on Mauna Kea, Hawaii.... Read more »

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Dr. Arthur M. Wolfe (1939-2014)

Arthur M. Wolfe, an American astrophysicist who for a decade directed the Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences at the University of California, San Diego and achieved widespread recognition for... Read more »

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LRIS-ADC and ESI are the instruments tonight. Observers are from UCSC and CIT. Sun set 06:52:00pm rise 05:49:00am
Institute for Astronomy Press Release: A Cold Cosmic Mystery Solved bit.ly/1P7rBI6
Tonight's schedule is LRIS-ADC on Keck 1 and ESI on Keck 2 for our lucky observers from UCSC and ANU. Sun set 06:52:00pm rise 05:50:00am
The sky is ready for LRIS-ADC and ESI. Our observers from UC-lbnl and UH are also ready. Sun set 06:51:00pm rise 05:51:00am
Keck 1 LRIS-ADC is scheduled with UC-lbnl observers. Keck 2 DEIMOS is scheduled for NASA observers. Sun set 06:51:00pm rise 05:51:00am

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