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Jul 3, 2010 6:00pm
UH Hilo Hoku Kea, Dr. David James

Hoku Ke'a

Dr. David James, Assistant Professor of Astronomy; Director, UH Hilo Hoku Kea

Abstract

Hoku Kea is the newest telescope on Mauna Kea.  The telescope is one meter in diameter and will be used for the education of undergraduate students at the University of Hawaii at Hilo.  This will provide a unique opportunity for students to learn astronomy in a hands-on manner.  


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