Hawaii Island/Pacific Area
Maunakea Visitor Information Station
The Onizuka Center for International Astronomy Visitor Information Station is located on Maunakea, and has interactive displays, informational panels, a bookstore, and rangers and volunteers to answer your questions.
Imiloa Astronomy Center
‘Imiloa’s mission is to honor Maunakea by sharing Hawaiian culture and science to inspire exploration.
Astronomical Society Of the Pacific
The Astronomical Society of the Pacific, “…has inspired professionals, researchers, educators, amateurs, and armchair astronomers to look up and wonder about our place in the universe, and about what the universe can teach and tell us. …We design and deliver innovative astronomy toolkits, programs, publications and education guides in our mission to inspire youth and adults across the economic spectrum in support of their success as science, technology and academic leaders.”
Stars Above Hawaii, Ko Olina Resort, Oahu
Are you traveling to Oahu and looking for amazing stargazing there? Stars Above Hawaii, Ko Olina Resort, Oahu has what you’re looking for.
You can conveniently book your Oahu stargazing with Stars Above Hawaii right here.
*Your booking with be through Stars Above Hawaii. They will contact you directly with confirmation and directions.
Star Maps Software
Nine Planets gives a good listing of astronomy software sources, especially star map software, complete with the product name, price, and operating system or platform.
Equipment including Star Charts, Orion Telescope and Binoculars
Best equipment dealer on the West Coast, Oceanside Photo and Telescope
Equipment used by Star Gaze Hawaii
Losmandy Astronomical Products: Precision equatorial mounts and secondary systems
“Celestron is the world’s #1 telescope maker, recognized for superior optics and innovative technology.”
“Backyard Astronomy Basics” beginner’s astronomy page