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  • Western Space fueled by passion, expertise
    If you’ve somehow misplaced your awe of the universe, Jan Cami advises you to gaze first at the heavens and then at your hands. Not only is the cosmos infinitely out there, it is also within your grasp.
  • Western backs TMT project, local dialogue
    Western officials offered support this week for locating the advanced Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) atop Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano on the Island of Hawaii, while simultaneously stressing the need for an open dialogue between local governments, Indigenous groups and the international science community.
  • Fireball Hazards in Space and on Earth
    "The meteors we track travel at 60 times the speed of sound. At that pace we have to be right about their trajectories the first time" Professor Peter Brown discusses tracking fireball hazards in space and on earth.

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