Professor Gear will review the geography and properties of Antarctica before describing his own experiences in reaching and spending time at the South Pole.
View the cold, clear Maunakea night sky from the comfort of the ‘Imiloa planetarium.
Partake in tea, scones and desserts while tea expert JoAnn Aguirre presents a chat on “Mothers & Tea: Women’s Place in Tea History.”
“Mentoring Your Way to Success” was the last of three events for a pilot mentorship program.
Enjoy this night of storytelling from a veteran Hōkūle‘a crew member, as Gordon Pi‘ianāi‘a recounts the first twenty years of the Polynesian voyaging renaissance.
Rob Kelso, executive director at the Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES), will discuss Moon RIDERS, the 2016 Hawai‘i High Schools’ Experiment on the Surface of the Moon.
Baybayan, on the Worldwide Voyage of two sailing canoes, recently visited the University of Auckland to discuss the art of traditional navigation to university students.
‘Imiloa Astronomy Center announces their 2015 Merrie Monarch Cultural Enrichment Events, scheduled for April 7 – 10.
The construction phase beginning on the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) project on Maunakea on Hawaiʻi Island has prompted protests and media coverage.
The talk will highlight some of the major achievements that have been made by astronomers using the Hubble.