"Astronomical development", "Astronomy impact disputed on Big Isle", "Keck confirms discovery of early galaxies: 'Primeval' stars are 10 billion light years away", "Mauna Kea scope spots most distant galaxy yet", and "Snowstorm hits as winter settles over Mauna Kea"

Author: Yamashiro, Stephen
TenBruggencate, Jan
Clark, Hugh
Title: "Astronomical development", "Astronomy impact disputed on Big Isle", "Keck confirms discovery of early galaxies: 'Primeval' stars are 10 billion light years away", "Mauna Kea scope spots most distant galaxy yet", and "Snowstorm hits as winter settles over Mauna Kea"
Periodical: Hawaii Tribune Herald Honolulu Advertiser
Year: 1996
Volume: V8
Subject: Mauna Kea Observatories
Economic impact
Mauna Kea - Environment
Sierra Club
Keck Observatory
Astronomy
Snow
Summary: Mayor's letter to the editor addresses a recent letter by Roselyn Rich Smith who considered the development of telescopes was destroying Mauna Kea. Concerns over litter and other ecosystem impact on Mauna Kea have been raised by Sierra Club. Keck telescopes discovered the most distant galaxies.
Date: January 7, 1996 May 7, 1996 February 23, 1996 February 1, 1996 November 3, 1995
Database: Akiyama

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