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

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!...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Astronomy Talk: First Light in the Universe, The End of the Cosmic Dark Ages
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In the first several hundred million years after the Big Bang, the Universe was too hot for stars...

Keep Looking Up: Total Lunar Eclispe
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People in Hawaii are in prime position to view a total lunar eclipse tonight—one of two expected...

Astronomy Talk: Zooming into the Center of our Galaxy with Keck Observatory
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Kahilu Theatre

The Galactic Center Group at UCLA has used the W. M. Keck Observatory for the past two decades to...

Astronomy Talk: Examining the Planet-Forming Zone Around New Stars
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Kahilu Theater

W. M. Keck Observatory astronomer Greg Doppmann will give a talk on circumstellar disks that...

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Our guests tonight are observers from UCSC and Swinburne, using LRISP-ADC and DEIMOS respectively. Sun set 06:02:00pm rise 06:10:00am
Tonight observers from NASA and CIT will use LRIS-ADC and DEIMOS. Sun set 06:02:00pm rise 06:10:00am
Comet Siding Spring and Mars in a never-before-seen close passage on 10/19/14 1.usa.gov/12swEQi pic.twitter.com/JRocfaMkoe
LRIS-ADC and DEIMOS are the instruments tonight. Observers are from UCLA and UCSC. Sun set 06:04:00pm rise 06:09:00am
Here on Keck 2 the 1st of our 2 primary fields has just risen above the horizon, so we are busily collecting photons from distant galaxies.

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