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LINK 'First' Māori astronomy school in the modern era opens in Bay of Plenty

"Every tribe, every marae will have their own interpretation of the stars and no one is wrong. There is not one way ... where every tribe is located, they may see the same star in the sky but its location and how we use it is uniquely different."

Amzungu 8 July 22
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This would be great, to hear the stories of this culture and the way they see themselves in the universe.

Agreed!

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