Tuesday, May 25, 2010


Missed it—today was Lahaina Noon

by Larry Geller

Lahaina Noon means “cruel day” and was coined in 1990 by Bishop Museum. It is the day at which the sun reaches its highest point in the sky and outside observers witness the disappearance of shadows.  [The Molokai News, To celebrate Lahaina Noon today Kualapu’u School holds science exhibition, 5/25/2010]

But there is a second chance, according to the article: on Saturday, July 17, at 12:34 pm. Mark your calendar.

Read the complete article for more.

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