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

Over a thousand years ago, Polynesians followed stars in the sky their path to Hawaii. Those stars are now of interest to astronomers, who believe the mountain’s summit is the 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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