Hawaii Supreme Court Revoke Permit Build World Largest Telescope

Northern Californian: On Wednesday, the Hawaiian Supreme Court revoked a permit that would have allowed the controversial construction of one of the world’s largest telescope on the dormant volcano considered as an ideal location on Earth to view the stars. The court said that constructing the telescope on the mountain Mauna Kea is invalid and the Hawaii’s Board of land and Natural Resources should not have approved the permit in 2011. In April, the plans to build world’s largest telescope on the top of Mauna Kea were......

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