The sacred and the scientific clash on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea -

Over a thousand years ago, Polynesians followed stars in sky their path to Hawaii. Those stars are now of interest to astronomers, who believe mountain’s summit is perfect spot to build a giant, cutting-edge telescope. But native Hawaiians view that peak as a space. Science correspondent Miles O’Brien reports for the second in our series about the controversy.

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