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 as [...]