Behold the majesty of planetary creation as molten lava clashes
with the ocean to form the beautiful island of Hawaii.
From the formation of worlds to the physics of a supernova, the
mysteries of the universe have eluded even the most brilliant
minds. However, we have never stopped searching for answers
to the questions of our world.
Space AdventuresTM invites you to examine some of the
places where these questions can be explored. Our landscape,
oceans and the night sky.
Mauna Kea: (above sea level): 4,205 m/13,796 ft.
Olympus Mons (Mars): 15,850 m/52,000 ft.
Keck I (largest optical telescope in the world): 9.8 m/33 ft.
Hubble Space Telescope: 2.4 m/7.9 ft.
Big Island, Hawaii (formed by 5 volcanoes): 4,025 sq. miles
Loki Patera, volcano on Jupiter's moon Io: (World with most
active volcanoes): Caldera larger than Big Island.
MYSTERIES OF THE UNIVERSE - HAWAII
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