Mānoa’s J. Patrick Henry and Lisa Kewley were awarded the Regents’ Medal for Excellence in Research.
Astronomers at Mānoa have discovered a new comet that they expect will be visible to the naked eye in early 2013.
Mānoa astronomer Ezequiel Treister and colleagues have found the first direct evidence that black holes existed when the universe was less than a tenth of its present age.
The Pan-STARRS PS1 telescope on Haleakalā discovered 19 near-Earth asteroids, the most asteroids discovered by one telescope on a single night.
On Dec. 1, the state Board of Land and Natural Resources approved the Management Plan for the university’s Haleakalā High Altitude Observatory Site and a Conservation District Use Permit for the Advanced Technology Solar Telescope.
Günther Hasinger, an expert in astrophysical studies, has been appointed director of Mānoa’s Institute for Astronomy
Astronomer Alan Tokunaga was honored with 2010 Harold Masursky Award from The Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society
A team of astronomers that includes Mānoa Associate Astronomer Nader Haghighipour announced the discovery of a planet that could have liquid water on its surface.
Mānoa’Pan-STARRS PS1 telescope on Haleakalā has discovered an asteroid that will come within 4 million miles of Earth in mid-October.
The candidates for director of Mānoa’s Institute for Astronomy will participate in a four-day visit.keep looking »