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Astronomy Talk: What Wonderful Worlds – Exploring our Solar System

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Kahilu Theatre

Knowledge about our own Solar System has increased by leaps and bounds over the past few decades...

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Astronomy Talk: Extreme Stars at the Center of the Galaxy

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Kahilu Theatre

The Stellar Zoo at the center of our Milky Way Galaxy would be quite unfamiliar to a terrestrial...

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Astronomy Talk: America’s Space Program - NASA’s Roadmap to Tomorrow’s Missions

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Kahilu Theatre

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will discuss America’s space program and the challenges the...

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Astronomy Talk: The Art and Science of the Weather on the Island of Hawaii

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University of Hawaii Meterorology Professor, Steven Businger will offer a layman's look at the...

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Waimea Solar System Walk

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The Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope and W. M. Keck Observatory are sponsoring the Waimea Solar...

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Cosmic Cup: Hawaiian-Style Polo Match Fundraiser

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Waikii Ranch Club House, Mauna Kea, Hawaii

Please join us for a festive, Hawaiian-style polo afternoon and support the frontiers of discovery!...

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TEDx Kamuela

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Kahilu Theatre

Our very own Greg Wirth and Jason Chin will be be two of the presenters at this first-ever TEDx...

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Cosmic Movie: Particle Fever

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KahiluTheatre - Free and open to the public

DOORS OPEN AT 6:00p MOVIE STARTS AT 6:30pFor the first time, a film gives audiences a front row...

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Astronomy Talk: A Deep View on the Early Universe, Extreme Makeovers and Overweight Galaxies

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Kahilu Theatre

As the building blocks of the Universe, galaxies are massive structures that can contain trillions...

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Live From Keck Observatory: The Supermassive Black Hole

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Join us for a rare look into an observing run at the W. M. Keck Observatory, home of the two...

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UH observers will use MOSFIRE on Keck 1, and UCSC/UCLA observers will use ESI on Keck 2 tonight. Sun set 06:53:00pm rise 05:46:00am
Keck 1 target of opportunity! Detected the afterglow of a rare short-duration gamma ray burst. Extragalactic explosion, caught in the act.
Does this monster have exotic populations of stars at its center? We'll investigate with LRIS tonight. (3/3)
Special target for Keck 1: NGC 4889 is one of the brightest galaxies known and hosts the largest supermassive black hole ever detected (2/3)
Tonight on Keck 1: looking for low-mass stars in high-mass galaxies with LRIS. (1/2)

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