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Discover Hopuwai in United States

Hopuwai in the region of Hawaii is a town located in United States - some 4,754 mi or ( 7650 km ) West of Washington , the country's capital .

Interactive map of Hopuwai

Local time in Hopuwai is now 05:10 AM (Sunday) . The local timezone is named " Pacific/Honolulu " with a UTC offset of -10 hours. Depending on your flexibility, these larger cities might be interesting for you: Laupahoehoe, Papa'aloa, Umikoa, Wailuku, and Weloka. When in this area, you might want to check out Laupahoehoe . We found some clip posted online . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Are you looking for some initial hints on what might be interesting in Hopuwai ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Basement Meet 2!!! NYC

11:55 min by DarkRockRipper
Views: 452 Rating: 4.76

Heya everyone, i finally finished my meet-up video. i know there no transitions but i tried a new editing program so its my first video from it and its not EPIC but i dont think its that bad. but posi ..

Hawaiian beach house break in

1:39 min by labrat85
Views: 189 Rating: 5.00


Yoga at the Lava Flow

1:28 min by northbranchcabins
Views: 163 Rating: 5.00

We thought it would be a neat idea to practice and film me doing yoga at the lava flow in Hawaii at sunrise. What a time! ..


0:43 min by MrMickyMouth
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Interesting facts about this location

Mauna Kea

Mauna Kea is a volcano on the island of Hawaii. Standing 13,803 ft above sea level, its peak is the highest point in the U.S. state of Hawaii. However, much of Mauna Kea is below sea level; when measured from its oceanic base, its height is {{#invoke:Math|precision_format| 33,464.566929134 | -2}} ft (10,200 m)—more than twice Mount Everest's base-to-peak height of 3,650 to 4,650 metres (to ft).

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Located at 19.89 -155.34 (Lat./Long.); Less than 4 km away
Tags: Highest points of U.S. states, Holocene volcanoes, Hotspot volcanoes, Inactive volcanoes, Mountains of Hawaii, National Natural Landmarks in Hawaii, Pleistocene volcanoes, Sacred mountains, Shield volcanoes, Volcanoes of the Island of Hawaii

David Douglas

David Douglas (25 June 1799 – 12 July 1834) was a Scottish botanist. He was born to John Douglas, a stonemason, and Jean Drummond. He worked as a gardener, and explored the Scottish Highlands, North America, and Hawaii, where he died.

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Located at 19.89 -155.34 (Lat./Long.); Less than 4 km away
Tags: 1799 births, 1834 deaths, 19th-century Scottish people, Accidental deaths in Hawaii, Alumni of the University of Glasgow, Botanists active in North America, Botanists with author abbreviations, Explorers of Oregon, People from Perth, Scotland, Persons of National Historic Significance (Canada), Scottish botanists, Scottish explorers, Scottish mountain climbers

Gemini North

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Located at 19.82 -155.47 (Lat./Long.); Less than 14 km away

Canada–France–Hawaii Telescope

The Canada–France–Hawaii Telescope is located near the summit of Mauna Kea mountain on Hawaii's Big Island at an altitude of 4,204 meters (13,793 feet), and is one of the observatories that comprise the Mauna Kea Observatory. Operational since 1979, the telescope is a Prime Focus/Cassegrain configuration with a usable aperture diameter of 3.58 meters.

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Located at 19.83 -155.47 (Lat./Long.); Less than 14 km away
Tags: Astronomical observatories in Hawaii, Buildings and structures in Hawaii County, Hawaii, Telescopes

Gemini Observatory

The Gemini Observatory is an astronomical observatory consisting of two 8.19-metre telescopes at sites in Hawai‘i and Chile. Together, the twin Gemini telescopes provide almost complete coverage of both the northern and southern skies. They are currently among the largest and most advanced optical/infrared telescopes available to astronomers. The Gemini telescopes were built and are operated by a consortium consisting of the United States, Canada, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, and Australia.

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Located at 19.82 -155.47 (Lat./Long.); Less than 14 km away
Tags: Astronomical observatories in Chile, Astronomical observatories in Hawaii, Buildings and structures in Coquimbo Region, Buildings and structures in Hawaii County, Hawaii