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1. Cable station, Keāhole, Hawaiʻi. Fiber-optic submarine cables were installed here by the University of Hawaiʻi for neutrino research off Keāhole Point. 2. Point light, Keāhole, Hawaiʻi. Established in the 1880s, it was the first navigational light on the Big Island. The 33-foot light tower was built in 1915. Lit., the āhole fish.
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