Hawaii Gov Telescope Construction Continue Sacred Summit

Buzzfeed: Hawaii Gov. David Ige on Tuesday announced that construction of a controversial giant telescope on the summit of the Big Island’s Mauna Kea has a right to proceed and that the state plans to support the project. Ige’s announcement follows an April 7 declaration to halt work on the Thirty Meter Telescope, which had become a point of contention, leading to the arrests of dozens of people protesting construction on a site Hawaiians consider sacred. The governor did not say when construction of the......

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