Permit for $1.4 billion telescope revoked by Hawaiians

Sentinel: Earlier this month, the Hawaii Supreme Court revoked a construction permit to build the largest telescope in the world at the summit of a sacred Hawaiian mountain. The construction of the $1.4 billion Thirty-Meter Telescope on Mauna Kea, which is considered hallowed ground to native Hawaiians, was led by an international coalition of astronomers, including key personnel from UC Santa Cruz such as Michael Bolte. Bolte is a UCSC professor of astronomy and a member of the Thirty Meter Telescope......

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