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Earth scientists from the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa say they have uncovered a new piece of the puzzle that may aid scientists in determining when and where the next destructive earthquake will occur.
Research Vessel Kaʻimikai-O-Kanaloa
After 25 years of scientific voyages for UH, the ship was retired following her final expedition in July 2018 on the 304th cruise of the Hawaii Ocean Time program.
AMOS on Maunakea
Astronomers now have a new pair of eyes to detect meteors over Hawaii using a state-of-the-art monitoring system installed on the rooftops of existing buildings on Maunakea and Haleakalā
Schmidt Ocean Institute, a non-profit dedicated to advancing the world’s understanding of the ocean with cutting-edge science, reached a major milestone mapping more than one million square kilometers of ocean floor, and simultaneously made a commitment...
Public Talk: Physics of Pō
The American Astronomical Society is holding their 235th meeting at the Hawaii Convention Center from January 4-8, 2020. Among the public events is a public talk titled, "The Physics of Pō."The talk...
Tiny microplastic particles are about as common in the ocean today as plastic is in our daily lives.Synthetic clothing, containers, bottles, plastic bags and...
Hawaii Gov. David Ige and the Thirty Meter Telescope International Observatory (TIO) today announced that construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) will begin the week of July...
For the first time, astronomers at the University of Hawaii have demonstrated that their ATLAS and Pan-STARRS survey telescopes can provide sufficient warning to move people away from the impact site of an...
Gov. David Ige announced that the state Department of Land and Natural Resources (DLNR) issued a notice to proceed (NTP) to the University of Hawaii at Hilo for the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT)...
Successfully circulating the electron beam marks the beginning of the phase three of the SuperKEKB project, Japan’s largest electron-positron collider, built 11 meters underground on the KEK Tsukuba campus.