In July 2016 we are able to see all five ‘naked eye’ planets in the sky, a mere six months after the last time this happened. (Prior to winter 2016, it had been a decade since all the visible planets could be seen at one time.) Our overhead sun returns in July throughout the islands. We enter the
May 27, 2016 Bishop Museum presents the Hawai‘i Monarchs Tour New tour combines O‘ahu historic attractions ‘Iolani Palace and Bishop Museum Honolulu, HI – Bishop Museum has announced their newest venture, the Hawai‘i Monarchs Tour to begin June 1. The tour will feature a combination experience including stops at the Bishop Museum and ‘Iolani Palace
Richard Pyle describes his support for President Obama to expand the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.
The team makes some exciting discoveries at Kure Atoll, the northewestern-most island int he Hawaiian Archipelago.
A diversity of experiences awaits us during our two-day stop at Midway Atoll. The team has time to dive, relax, and reflect.
One light, eight cameras, and a whole lot of action! The team pushes the boundary of imaging technology to capture a 3D model of a spectacular reef and immersive omnidirectional video experiences!
Sky watching is very good in the islands this June. There is a trio of bright planets in the evening sky through the month, including Mars, which remains unusually bright through the month. Jupiter and Saturn are clearly visible from the mid-evening sky as well. We have lost all of the winter constellations such