Countless UH students, faculty, staff and alumni served during the three-year voyage in myriad ways, as volunteers, navigators, captains and scientific researchers.
Two outstanding students received telescope time on the Canada-France-Hawaiʻi Telescope to observe dark nebulae.
Accomplished attorney and UH alumna Jane Massey Licata (Rutgers University) will share insights from her thesis research at Lake Waiau and how this work influenced her career.
Learn more about black holes and how to spot them by linking telescopes across the globe.
Maunakea Observatories present ASTRODAY, a celebration of Hawaiʻi Astronomy and Hawaiian Culture.
The programs at ‘Imiloa are done annually at to honor Merrie Monarch’s purpose to perpetuate, preserve and promote the art of hula and Hawaiian culture through education.
In honor of educator and public servant Ilima Piʻianaiʻa, the fund will benefit the astronomy center in perpetuity and enable the sharing of programming with current and future generations of young people.
Brian Shiro will discuss the quest to make human life possible on the Red Planet.
Kelly Fast and Rob Landis will share current efforts to detect, track and characterize comets and asteroids that come close to Earth.
Each semester a scholarship of $500 will be given to several students enrolled in one of the college’s degree programs who have been accepted into an internship program.