Join us for a social and presentation to learn about the work of CFH Telescope, how data is gathered, and a day in the life of an astronomer.
In the depths of space, planets of all flavors crackle and roar, stars are ringing like giant bells, and merging black holes occasionally send ripples through the fabric of spacetime.
The Institute of Astronomy (IfA) at the University of Hawai'i at Manoa will hold its annual open house on Sunday, April 23, 2023.
Activities, talks, displays, and demonstrations for all ages. Celebrating 50 years of discovery with the UH88" telescope!
Stargaze with friends at Hōkū & Hops — a 21+ event held in the J. Watumull Planetarium. Arrive from 6:30–7:45 pm for pau hana, featuring local craft brews and select wines, before the Planetarium show at 8 pm, then gather in the observatory from 9–10 pm to experience the night sky for yourself!
We celebrate humanity's love affair with the cosmos from ancient times to today as we fly through through the universe in 3D.
Dr. Robert Jedicke's current research interests include studying the properties of interstellar objects and developing spacecraft concepts to identify asteroids that can be profitably mined.
Join professional and amateur astronomers attending the 235th American Astronomical Society Meeting for an incredible evening viewing the night sky. Public Stargazing Party at Ala Moana Beach Park at Magic Island.
Join us for a special evening presentation by Larry Kimura, Associate Professor, Hawaiian Language & Hawaiian Studies and Doug Simons, Executive Director, Canada-France-Hawaiʻi Telescope on studies done on the first 11 lines of the Kumulipo, incorporating astronomy theories on the origins of the Universe.
The Super Bowl of Astronomy will soon touch down in Honolulu. Gathering with the AAS this winter, as usual, are its are its Historical Astronomy Division (HAD) and High Energy Astrophysics Division (HEAD).