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What makes Maunakea the best astronomical site in the world?
Maunakea Observatories Physics Astronomy Imiloa telescopes
Pluto Palooza: NASA's New Horizons Mission to Pluto & Beyond
Pluto Astronomy Planet Women in Science Journey Through the Universe Dept. of Astronomy & Physics family educational Space rockets space mission
UH Hilo to host talk on Discovering New Particles
Physics astronomy discovering new particles
“Discovery, New Frontiers, and Solar System Exploration”
NASA PISCES Space Astronomy Robotics Gemini Physics Rocket Science Journey Through the Universe
Black History Month 2017: Black Women Breaking Boundaries
Black History Month BHM Diversity Women Film MAAP Minority Access and Achievement Program LGBTQ+ Women's Center University Dining Services African American Organization Physics and Astronomy
A presentation by Dr. Heather Kaluna
Heather Kaluna Physics and Astronomy Hydrated Asteroids
Free Public talk, Planet Formation, Dr. Nienke van der Marel
Nienke van der Marel UH Hilo Astronomy free talk Planet formation Physics
Gender equity issues in astronomy: facts, fiction…
Gender equity issues in astronomy adaptive optics community Astronomy UH Hilo Physics and Astronomy Program
The History of Snow and Ice on the Summits of Hawaiʻi
Maunakea snow history Physics and astronomy Norbert Schorghofer
“Tropical Mountain Permafrost"
Tropical mountain permafrost Kenji Yoshikawa Physics and astronomy
"Is Science a Meritocracy?: Issues of Diversity and Equity"
Diversity and Equity attrition of students sc science physics astronomy gender racial groups
Nantucket Nights: Astronomy Thirty Miles Out to Sea
UH Hilo Physics and Astronomy Michael West Astronomy May 12 Public talk free
Mathematical Conversation Starters
Mathematical conversation starters John dePillis UHH Physics and Astronomy
An Illustrated Approach to Special Relativity...
UH Hilo Physics and Astronomy department. An Illustrated Approach to Special Relativity and Its Paradoxes. Prof. John dePillis
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