All but one oppose telescope at UH Regents meeting

Hawaii News: Hundreds of people packed a special University of Hawaii Board of Regents meeting at UH Hilo Thursday to sound off on plans to build one of the world's largest telescopes at Mauna Kea. All but one of the 62 people who testified opposed building the Thirty Meter Telescope on conservation land at the Big Island volcano. Only about half of the roughly 120 people who signed up were able to testify because after three and a half hours, the regents left to fly back to their home islands and some......

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