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  1. Video for Kura teams up with Dr Rangi Matamua to implement Maramataka
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    Kura teams up with Dr Rangi Matamua to implement Maramataka

    Today, Doctor Rangi Matamua joined forces with Te Kura o Ngāti Rongomai to help develop a curriculum that will introduce a Māori lunar calendar.

  2. Video for Award-winning Maōri astronomer calls out racism in western  science industry
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    Award-winning Maōri astronomer calls out racism in western science industry

    Top science award goes to Professor Rangi Mātāmua (Tūhoe).

  3. Video for Beyond Matariki, Episode 4
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    Beyond Matariki, Episode 4

    FINAL: Join Professor Rangi Matamua as he talks to the Ngahuru season. We talk about the signs of each lunar month that make up this season, Poutūterangi, Paengawhāwhā & Haratua.

  4. Video for Beyond Matariki, Episode 3
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    Beyond Matariki, Episode 3

    Join Professor Rangi Matamua as he talks to the Raumati season. We talk about the signs of the lunar months in this season & get a glimpse at the changes during this time of the year.

  5. Video for Beyond Matariki, Episode 2
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    Beyond Matariki, Episode 2

    Join Professor Rangi Matamua as he talks to the Takurua season. We talk about the signs of each lunar month that make up this season, Mahuru, Whiringa-ā-nuku & Whiringa-ā-rangi.

  6. Video for Beyond Matariki, Episode 1
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    Beyond Matariki, Episode 1

    Join Professor Rangi Matamua as he talks to the Takurua season. We talk about the Matariki cluster and how important it is in regulating the Māori year.

  7. Video for Bringing the stars closer to Māori
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    Bringing the stars closer to Māori

    Māori astronomer Professor Rangi Mataamua wants to mould the next generation of Māori scientists.

  8. Video for Māori astronomy educators take lead presenting Matariki at Stardome
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    Māori astronomy educators take lead presenting Matariki at Stardome

    Josh Kirkley, of Ngāi Tahu, and Olive Karena-Lockyer, of Te Aupouri and Ngāti Raukawa, are running a series of interactive Matariki shows at Stardome. 

  9. Video for 17-year-old launches book about maramataka Māori
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    17-year-old launches book about maramataka Māori

    Maahina encourages rangatahi to take an interest in the stars and the moon to heal themselves.

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    Beyond Matariki

    Join Professor Rangi Matamua as he explores the depth of knowledge that pertains to Māori astronomy. 

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