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The Magnificent Night Sky—How to Protect It Dr. Wainscoat

The advent and spread of electrical lighting has made it ever harder to find the dark skies valued by professional and amateur astronomers, not to mention lovers of... Read more »

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Keck in Motion Andrew Cooper

Here’s a new, lively short video that shows a lot of typical things that go on at Keck Observatory’s twin telescopes over the course of 24 hours. This video was... Read more »

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Seeing the Invisible Dr. Tom Soifer

Below is a recording of a live Keck Observatory Astronomy Talk given by Dr. Tom Soifer on Thursday, Feb. 9, 2012, at the Kahilu Theatre in Waimea, on the Big Island of... Read more »

Oodles of Exoplanets: The Search for Other Earths
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Oodles of Exoplanets: The Search for Other Earths Greg Laughlin

This is the video of a Dec. 8, 2011, Keck Astronomy Talk at the Kahilu Theatre in Waimea-Kamuela, Hawaii. The talk is entitled “Oodles of Exoplanets: The Search for... Read more »

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TEDxHONOLULU - Telescopes as Time Machines Dr. Michael Liu

(Nov. 21, 2011) - Watch these 18 science-packed minutes from this webcast of Dr. Mike Liu, a frequent Keck Telescope user. Read more »

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How I Killed Pluto & Why It Had It Coming Mike Brown (Caltech)

This is a video recording of the Sept. 15, 2011, lecture by Caltech astronomer Mike Brown. This public lecture was held at Kahilu Theatre in Waimea, on the Big Island of... Read more »

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The sky is ready for MOSFIRE and ESI. Our observers from CIT-Y and ANU are also ready. Sun set 06:53:00pm rise 05:47:00am
Solved: mysteries of a nearby planetary system bit.ly/1jG0bs8
Keck 1 MOSFIRE is scheduled with UH observers. Keck 2 ESI is scheduled for UCSD observers. Sun set 06:53:00pm rise 05:48:00am
Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy | Research | A Dance of Black Holes bit.ly/1mAH4VO
@CrewChief75 There's two problems: No eye piece (and often no camera hooked up); and the data belongs to the astronomer for 18 months.

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