Aloha TMT Supporters,

We are gathering for a signwaving event in Hilo to support our local AstroDay and National Astronomy Day.
 
Saturday, April 30
8:30 am to 10:00 am
Kanoelehua Avenue fronting Walgreens
 
TMT is organizing the signwaving and will be providing We Love Astronomy, Reach for the Stars and Support Astronomy on Maunakea banners and Reach for the Stars hand-held signs. We will also have "Reach for the Stars" t-shirts available as well.
 
Please plan to join us and let's show our community the large amount of support that exists for astronomy on Maunakea.
 
After signwaving, plan to attend AstroDay at the Prince Kuhio Plaza, featuring over 40 exhibits, demonstrations and activity areas and musical performances from 10 am to 4pm.
 
Questions? Need more Information? Contact Laura Aquino 808-326-7820 or lauraa@current-events.com



TMT
The Thirty Meter Telescope Project has been developed as collaboration among Caltech, UC, the Association of Canadian Universities for Research in Astronomy (ACURA), and the national institutes of Japan, China, and India with the goal to design, develop, construct, and operate a thirty-meter class telescope and observatory on Mauna Kea in cooperation with the University of Hawaii (TMT Project). The TMT International Observatory LLC (TIO), a non-profit organization, was established in May 2014 to carry out the construction and operation phases of the TMT Project. The Members of TIO are Caltech, UC, the National Institutes of Natural Sciences of Japan, the National Astronomical Observatories of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Department of Science and Technology of India, and the National Research Council (Canada); the Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy (AURA) is a TIO Associate. Major funding has been provided by the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation.


For more information about the TMT project, visit tmt.org, www.facebook.com/TMTHawaii or follow @TMTHawaii.
 
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Contact:

 

Sandra Dawson

TMT Manager, Hawaii Community Affairs

808-934-0160

sdawson@tmt.org