In Hawaii, Distant Galaxies Confront Indigenous Lands in Quest for World’s Largest Telescope


Mauna Kea soars above Hawaii’s Big Island, a focal point in the island’s geography and in its politics. At nearly 14,000 feet above sea level, the snow-capped summit is the highest point in the Pacific, and the now-dormant volcano is home to much native Hawaiian mythology and history. Read more at Project Earth.

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