Keck Observatory Open House: Welcome to Our Universe
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Keck Obervatory Headquarters, 65-1120 Mamalahoa Hwy. in Waimea

Saturday, March 16, from 11 am to 3 pm. Free and open to the Public. A unique collection of hands...

2012 Astronomy Lecture Series - Ben Zuckerman (UCLA)
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Gates Performing Arts Center Auditorium, Hawaii Preparatory Academy

Title: Violent events in rocky planetary systems: Implications for the fate of technological...

Solar System Walk 2012
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Start at the Sun booth stationed at Keck headquarters and walk the human scale distance of the planets, ending up at Pluto and the Kuiper Belt located at CFHT headquarters.

<strong>Fun and Learning for the Whole Family!</strong>Grab your Solar System Passport and take a...

2012 Astronomy Lecture Series - Jessica Lu (UH)
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2012 Astronomy Lecture Series at Kahilu Theatre - Brian Siana (UC Riverside)
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Kahilu Theatre

Title: How Stars Destroyed Most of the Atoms in the Universe

2012 Astronomy Lecture Series at Kahilu Theatre - Richard Wainscoat (UH/IfA)
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Kahilu Theatre

Title: City Dark: Search for Night on a Sleepless Planet

2012 Astronomy Lecture Series at Kahilu Theatre - Tom Soifer (Caltech)
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Kahilu Theatre

Title: Seeing the Invisible Universe

2012 Astronomy Lecture Series - Jay Pasachoff
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Gates Auditorium, Hawaii Preparatory Academy

Title: Transits of Venus from Earth, Jupiter & Saturn: Past, Present & Future

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