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<b>Astral Arcs</b><br>Star trails over the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, one of Mauna Kea's thirteen observatories. <br><i>Photo by Richard J. Wainscoat / Photo Resource Hawaii</i>
Vol. 13, no. 3
June/July 2010

 


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Astral Arcs
Star trails over the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope, one of Mauna Kea's thirteen observatories.
Photo by Richard J. Wainscoat / Photo Resource Hawaii

Hana Hou!
Vol. 13, no. 3
June/July 2010

Native Intelligence

Features

Mauna Kea is the epicenter of the world's astronomy, but what exactly are the scientists finding? A look at seven of the most significant discoveries on the mountain.

The hala tree has sustained community and tradition in the Islands for centuries

Inquisitive surfer meets primeval plant

Departments

Session man Ollie Mitchell blew his trumpet with everybody--and we do mean everybody
It's not in the East. It's not in the West. But for the last half century, the East-West Center has bridged the two.
Taro may never make it as big as the potato, but it's got plenty of fans. Just as the President.
The Holy Bible brought great change to the Islands, but also helped preserve the Hawaiian language
What can you learn from a garden? Just about everything.

Pau Hana

 

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