A Hawaiian cultural park would reflect traditional use of mountain
By Keahi Warfield
and Richard Ha
June 28, 2017
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AP PHOTO/UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII INSTITUTE OF ASTRONOMY, RICHARD WAINSCOAT, FILE
The Subaru Telescope, third structure (dark colored) from top right, perched atop this summit of the world’s highest island mountain, is one of science’s most awesome achievements. Mauna Kea’s height, at nearly 14,000 feet, and remote location make it among the finest peaks for land-based astronomy.