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Normally the big excitement at Hawaii's Mauna Kea observatory comes from looking up. Sometimes on the almost 14,000 ft. dormant volcano it comes from looking down.

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PF (When we were there a few days before the summer solstice, the temperature at sunset was below freezing.)
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I was on the Big Island for a week in Dec 2008 and took a tour to the Summit of Manuna Kea. A blizzard had closed the road above the 9,000 ft level where the astronomer's barracks are located, we couldn't go any further.

At least they gave me a 50% refund.

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