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Crater on the Moon Named "Hawke"

On March 16, 2018, in honor and remembrance of Dr. B. Ray Hawke (UH/HIGP lunar researcher from 1978 to 2015), the International Astronomical Union–Planetary Nomenclature Committee approved the name "Hawke" for an impact crater on the Moon.

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Success stories from the Hawai`i Space Grant are being profiled about our students, discoveries, technological and educational innovations, and community
Undergraduate students from the University of Hawai`i system presented talks on their Space Grant Fellowship research during the annual Spring
The National Science Teachers Association has selected our hands-on activities from our K-12 educational website, Exploring Planets in the Classroom, in
The National Science Teachers Association has included our activity called How Much Rock is in an Icy Moon? from our Exploring Planets in
Hawaii Space Grant K-12 Education project, Exploring Planets in the Classroom, has received two prestigious awards for educational excellence. The Exploratorium
Ten undergraduate students from the University of Hawai`i at Manoa and Hilo campuses and Windward Community College presented talks on


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