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

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden will discuss America‚Äôs space program and the challenges the agency faces for the missions of tomorrow. Using a stepping stone... Read more »

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Astronomy Talk: Extreme Stars at the Center of the Galaxy Dr. Mark Morris

The Stellar Zoo at the center of our Milky Way Galaxy would be quite unfamiliar to a terrestrial visitor. Not only do the types of stars differ in many ways from what we... Read more »

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Astronomy Talk: The Art and Science of the Weather on the Island of Hawaii Dr. Steven Businger

University of Hawaii Meterorology Professor, Steven Businger will offer a layman's look at the amazing variety of weather experienced by the Island of Hawaii and will... Read more »

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Mauna Kea Heavens 2 Sean Goebel

We hosted Sean Goebel last summer on Mauna Kea to assist in him making a follow-up to his incredible Mauna Kea Skies video.Here's the result:Mauna Kea Heavens 2 from... Read more »

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

As the building blocks of the Universe, galaxies are massive structures that can contain trillions of stars. Galaxies in today's Universe show a striking diversity among... Read more »

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Live From Keck Observatory: The Supermassive Black Hole Keck Observatory hosts the UCLA Galactic Center Group

Enjoy this rebroadcast of a rare observing run at the W. M. Keck Observatory, home of the two largest and most scientifically productive telescopes on Earth.On the... Read more »

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Astronomy Talk: First Light in the Universe, The End of the Cosmic Dark Ages Dr. Michael Bolte

This Cosmic Video was produced from the June 19, 2014 Astronomy Talk given at Kahilu Theatre. The original description is below:In the first several hundred million... Read more »

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Astronomy Talk: Zooming into the Center of our Galaxy with Keck Observatory Dr. Leo Meyer

This Cosmic Video was produced from the May 28, 2014 Astronomy Talk given at Kahilu Theatre. The original description is below:The Galactic Center Group at UCLA has used... Read more »

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Building the Mighty Keck Observatory Credit: JPL

In 1985, construction began on what was to become, and still remain, the biggest optical/infrared telescopes on Earth. Since first science in 1993 for Keck I and 1996... Read more »

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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
White Dwarf May Have Shredded Passing Planet bit.ly/1HB4ovL
We are setting up LRIS-ADC on Keck 1 for UC-lbnl observers, DEIMOS on Keck 2 for CIT observers. Sun set 06:51:00pm rise 05:52:00am
CIT observers will work with MOSFIRE tonight. And CIT observers will work with DEIMOS. Sun set 06:50:00pm rise 05:53:00am
Observers from CIT will use MOSFIRE on Keck 1, while on Keck 2, UCSC observers will use DEIMOS. Sun set 06:50:00pm rise 05:54:00am

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