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Maunakea Visitor Information Station

The Onizuka Center for International Astronomy Visitor Information Station is located on Maunakea, at the 9,200-foot (2,800-meter) level. The center provides health and safety information and education about astronomy on Maunakea, which is home to many great astronomical observatories. Be sure to visit the website for more information about visiting the summit, altitude considerations, possible…read more »

The Onizuka Center for International Astronomy Visitor Information Station is located on Maunakea, at the 9,200-foot (2,800-meter) level. The center provides health and safety information and education about astronomy on Maunakea, which is home to many great astronomical observatories. Be sure to visit the website for more information about visiting the summit, altitude considerations, possible crowding, and stargazing programs. “Clear, stable air, low light pollution.”

Deborah Byrd

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