Tag: astronomy

Impact of light pollution, free film and discussion

Impact of light pollution, free film and discussion

December 27, 2011  |  Comments
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International filmmaker and Mānoa astronomy specialist discuss lighting issues at screening of The City Dark.

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Supernova’s companion star spied by UH astronomers

Supernova’s companion star spied by UH astronomers

December 20, 2011  |  2 Comments
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With a 10-minute window, Institute for Astronomy researchers help find stars in creation of a new supernova.

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Physics and astronomy hold an open house

Physics and astronomy hold an open house

November 16, 2011  |  Comments
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Physics and astronomy demonstrations and hands-on activities highlight event on November 19.

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Manoa chancellor looks to the future and other news

Manoa chancellor looks to the future and other news

November 8, 2011  |  1 Comment
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Virginia Hinshaw reflects on her tenure as chancellor in Pacific Business News and other recent news coverage featuring University of Hawaii campuses.

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APEC videos highlight UH programs

APEC videos highlight UH programs

November 7, 2011  |  Comments
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Videos highlighting University of Hawaiʻi science and health programs will play on hotel TV network during APEC.

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Giving substance to planetary nebulae

Giving substance to planetary nebulae

November 3, 2011  |  Comments
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Planet nebulae are described by UH Mānoa Astronomer Roberto Méndez in the latest issue of the Institute for Astronomy newsletter.

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Scientists project rainfall changes for next 30 years

Scientists project rainfall changes for next 30 years

October 22, 2011  |  Comments
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UH scientists’ rainfall projections and other research and activities at UH campuses as covered in local and national news outlets.

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Mauna Kea, IfA played a role in Nobel physics prize

Mauna Kea, IfA played a role in Nobel physics prize

October 21, 2011  |  Comments
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UH Astronomer John Tonry and the Institute for Astronomy’s Canada-France-Hawaiʻi Telescope were key players in the discovery recognized by the 2011 Nobel Prize in Physics.

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