Our friends, Eric & Julie, over at 365 Hawaii have another great video for you…

We take you up on a clear evening to see the sunset near the Visitors Center at 9000 feet on Mauna Kea volcano on Hawaii Island during a new moon, so we could experience an beautiful sunset AND a gorgeous stargazing evening with the Milky Way splayed across the cosmos over head. We invite folks to join us on these adventures every few months and hike to the top of the cinder cone, watch sunset and head down and have a picnic and wait for full dark. So cool!

The best part of coming up to Mauna Kea during the new moon is that you get to see something you have most likely never seen before, if you live in a city or anywhere where light pollution is present. You see a spectacle of stars with satellites and shooting stars. It IS chilly, so bring your blankets, closed shoes, jackets and stay til dark!

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Eric Ziemelis | RS-80376
Julie Ziemelis | RS-85062
365 Hawaii Group