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The proposed culling is one of 10 new conditions on the mountain’s use that Hawaii Governor David Ige (D) announced during a 26 May press conference The measures aim to address the concerns of Native Hawaiian protesters who claim the mountain as sacred ground and have blocked access to the TMT construction site "We have not done right by a very special place and we must act immediately to change that" Ige said Ige affirmed that the TMT team has a right to proceed with construction But he called for removal of 25% of Mauna Kea’s existing telescopes by the time the TMT is finished perhaps by 2022 He also asked the University of Hawaii (UH) which leases the summit from the state to agree that the TMT will be the last new observatory site on Mauna Kea to return 4000 hectares of unused land and to shorten a proposed 65-year renewal of its lease which expires in 2033 Protesters weren’t swayed and vow to continue blocking access to the construction site “It’s contradictory to say ‘We’re going to do a better job but we’re going to start after the TMT’ ” says Kahookahi Kanuha a protest organizer Astronomers have already thought about closing some of Mauna Kea’s existing telescopes In 2010 a UH contractor wrote a decommissioning report as part of a broader management plan ordered in 2006 by a state judge who blocked a NASA-funded project to add four to six small "outrigger" telescopes around the twin 10-meter Keck I and Keck II telescopes Although the report mostly describes the process for decommissioning an observatory it also estimates that by 2033 there should be just 10 telescopes on Mauna Kea—including TMT—and even provides a rough list of facilities that might come down That list shouldn’t be taken as definite cautions Günther Hasinger director of the Institute for Astronomy at UH Manoa Still it points to a trend that’s likely to sway deliberations others say Mauna Kea’s telescopes come in two types Nine are optical and infrared (IR) telescopes housed in swiveling domes with mirrors ranging from 09 to 10 meters in diameter Four are dishes or arrays of dishes that collect radio waves and microwaves The decommissioning report suggests that only one of the four radio and microwave facilities would remain by 2033 whereas eight of the nine optical and IR telescopes would stay The move away from the radio facilities reflects the fact that they have been surpassed by the 66-dish Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) in Chile astronomers say "It’s clear that Atacama is a better submillimeter site than Mauna Kea" says Dariusz Lis an astronomer at the Paris Observatory Still researchers say that at least one of instruments—the James Clerk Maxwell Telescope a 15-meter dish built in 1987—is a better survey instrument than ALMA as it has a wider field of view Among the optical and infrared telescopes the four newest and biggest—Keck I and Keck II Japan’s 83-meter Subaru Telescope and the international 81-meter Gemini North Telescope—are vital says Paul Schechter an astronomer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge He served on a recent National Research Council panel that examined how to optimize the US optical and infrared science program and says that the four instruments “are things that the people on our committee would be horrified to see shut down" In principle some of the smaller optical telescopes could go without damaging scientific capabilities says Robert Lupton an astronomer at Princeton University "They could get down to below 10 [telescopes] with no loss to US astronomy" he says But shuttering the smaller observatories may prove difficult for political reasons Canadian researchers for example hope to replace the 36-meter Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope built in 1979 with a 10-meter telescope in the same dome UH is already upgrading its 22-meter telescope built in 1970 with state-of-the-art robotic optics Even the 38-meter United Kingdom Infrared Telescope which the decommissioning report suggested closing has advocates It’s a better survey telescope than some of the bigger instruments Caltech’s Hillenbrand says How researchers will decide which telescopes to kill remains to be determined—as does how those decisions will be enforced on various funding agencies and foreign partners But removing the instruments will be expensive Currently only the Caltech Submillimeter Observatory a 104-meter dish built in 1987 is slated for decommissioning—at a cost that’s not yet known "You can guess that it’s bigger than a million dollars and smaller than 10 million" Caltech’s Golwala says Decommissioning costs fall to a telescope’s ownerBy: IANS | Surat | Updated: October 24 2016 10:26 pm Top News Actress Bipasha Basu and acid attack victim Reshma Qureshi promoted Archana Kochhars cause of all beauty inclusion and supported the initiative of “Make Love Not Scars” by walking for the designer at the Digital Surat Couture show here?two resident doctors ? 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