Solar installers scale dormant volcano to power astronomical research

The W.M. Keck Observatory has been in operation for nearly 30 years atop Maunakea, a dormant volcano and the highest point in Hawaii. The twin telescopes are arguably the best place to go for astronomical observation in the Northern Hemisphere. At an elevation of 13,796 ft, stormfronts regularly pass below the observatory, and the skies…

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