UH says TMT will be last project, plans shut down telescopes

Sun Times: The University of Hawaii has made some big promises about the construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope on the summit of Mauna Kea, which is stalled over growing concerns about the project. The university, which manages observatory activity on the mountain, says this will be the last project for the area, KHON 2 News reported. “This is the last new site that will be developed,” Gunther Hasinger, director of the university’s Institute of Astronomy, told the news station. In the years to come,......

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