Mauna Kea Astronomy Outreach Committee

AstroDay - Astronomy Day in Hilo, Hawaii

A Celebration of Astronomy & Hawaiian Culture

17th Annual AstroDay - May 5, 2018

Get ready for another fascinating day of fun and facts with over 30 science and community organizations sharing their expertise and demos throughout the mall!  

AstroDay and International Astronomy Day

AstroDay coincides with Astronomy Day, an international grass-roots movement to share the joy of astronomy with local communities. On Astronomy Days, thousands of people throughout the world will have the opportunity to see what amateur and professional astronomers learn, explore and share about their science. AstroDay in Hilo features exhibits, demonstrations, activities, and entertainment throughout Prince Kuhio Plaza. Over 30 science, education, and community organizations will participate in the festivities to create a well-rounded and exciting day of celebrating knowledge!


AstroDay presenters include the staff from observatories on Maunakea, educators, students, culture groups and educational vendors. Here are some of the presenters for this year:


Caltech Submillimeter Observatory Canada France Hawaii Telescope Gemini North Telescope
Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai'i East Asian Observatory 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 HI-SEAS
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