“This Huge Telescope could lead us to alien life, first it has to get off the ground”

“Hawaii’s state constitution requires all land originally belonging to the monarchy be held in a public trust and used to benefit native Hawaiians. That includes Mauna Kea, the islands’ tallest landmark. In the Native Hawaiian tradition, the mountain is considered the dwelling place of the Hawaiian deities. Altars and burial sites can be found on Mauna Kea, and it’s still used for traditional native Hawaiian ceremonies.”



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