Hawaii’s Thirty Meter Telescope protesters vow to stay, despite construction resuming

Radio Australia: Construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on Hawaii's Mauna Kea is set to continue despite a wave of protest, after Governor David Ige announced his reluctant support for the project. But the Governor is insisting on major changes to stewardship of the mountain which is held sacred by indigenous Hawaiians. The leaseholder, The University of Hawaii, will have to decommission at least three or four of the 13 telescopes already on Mauna Kea, by the time TMT is ready to go into operation. The university......

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