On December 3, 2013, TMT Board Vice-Chair Ed Stone appeared on The Colbert Report. He received NASA's Distinguished Public Service Medal from Stephen "Tiberius"...
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Over three hundred fifth grade girls from the west side of Hawaii Island gathered in Kona on November 14 for the annual Girls Exploring Math and Science, or GEMS, event....
A team of astronomers used the Subaru Prime Focus Camera to observe faitnt asteroids with highly inclined orbits. They found that a smaller fraction of tiny bodies occur among...
The TMT Collaborative Board of Directors met in Beijing, China this week. The Board meets quarterly and this marks the first time the Board has gathered in China. Guests...
The Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC) has instituted International Science Development Teams (ISDTs). These have been established to foster...
The TMT Observatory Corporation (“TMT”) is requesting proposals from qualified engineering companies to provide engineering support services. Qualified...
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A Japanese research team has used Subaru Telescope's Suprime-Cam and the Faint Object Camera and Spectrograph (FOCAS) with a blue transmission filter to observe planetary...
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OUR MISSION: The Mauna Kea Astronomy Outreach Committee (MKAOC) coordinates and organizes the collective outreach efforts of the astronomy community and acts as a forum for the astronomy community and related organizations to plan and coordinate outreach activities.
|Caltech Submillimeter Observatory||Canada France Hawaii Telescope||Gemini North Telescope|
|Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai'i||Joint Astronomy Centre (James Clerk Maxwell and United Kingdom Infrared Telescopes)||Mauna Kea Observatories Support Services/Visitor Information Station|
|NASA Infrared Telescope Facility||Pacific International Space Center for Exploration Systems (PISCES)||Subaru Telescope (NAOJ)|
|Submillimeter Array||Thirty Meter Telescope||University of Hawai'i Hilo (Hoku Kea)|
|University of Hawaii 2.2 Meter||University of Hawaii at Hilo Astrophysics Club||University of Hawaii Institute for Astronomy|
|Very Long Baseline Array||W. M. Keck Observatory|