Astronomers to convene in Hawaii this summer amid TMT controversy

Pacific Business News: As officials await a start date of the $1.4 billion Thirty Meter Telescope project on the Big island, thousands of astronomers from around the world are making plans to gather in Hawaii in what will be the largest International Astronomical Union triennial general assembly in history. Hawaii was selected for the union's 28th assembly in 2009. The two-week meeting will be held Aug. 3-14, with events for astronomers, science journalists and the public. Dr. Günther Hasinger, director of the University......

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