Conflicts mount at telescope dedication: science, nature share Mauna Kea

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Title: Conflicts mount at telescope dedication: science, nature share Mauna Kea
Periodical: The Honolulu Advertiser
Year: 1999
Volume: V9
Pages: 46a
Subject: Mauna Kea
Subaru Telescope
Dedications
Japanese Princess
Summary: Native Hawaiians opposed the development of big observatories on a cinder and stone mountaintop they consider a cultural icon. However, the Royal order of Kamehameha held a ceremony for Princess Sayako because her grandfather, the emperor Meiji, was made a member of the Royal Order of Kamehameha by Hawaii's last king, Kalakaua.
Date: September 18, 1999
Database: Akiyama

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