Satellite launch and space science featured in Readying for liftoff
Satellite launches and tracking, two new world-class telescopes, and a portable space habitat: Some of the most exciting projects in these islands are in areas of astronomy and space.
These projects bring hands-on learning opportunities and high-tech careers.
Read about how the University of Hawaiʻi is working to become the only university in the world with dedicated rocket-launch capability for its own satellites, the world’s largest solar and optical telescopes, and a project that focuses on new forms of food and food preparation for long-duration space missions in the article “Readying for Liftoff” by Jolyn Okimoto Rosa.
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- UH role critical in monitoring space debris and asteroids
- Rail launcher for Hawaii's first space launch completed
- Nine UH Mānoa students are named ARCS Scholars
- UH assumes ownership of United Kingdom Infrared telescope