Site NUU-100 (Halekou Heiau)
Digitally-generated horizon profile of the western horizon as seen from heiau
NUU-100. The horizontal bar indicates the main axial orientation of the heiau
. The darker yellow lines indicate the setting paths of the sun at the December solstice (left) and June solstice (right); the lighter yellow line indicates the setting path of the sun at the equinoxes; and the blue line indicates the setting path of the Pleiades in A.D. 1600. (Graphic by Andrew Smith; colour version of Figure 8.8 in the book)
The horizon to the NNE as viewed from the NW corner of Halekou Heiau (NUU-100). (Photo by Clive Ruggles)
- For a site plan see figure 8.6 in the book.
- Figure 8.7 in the book shows a basalt core tool, possibly an awl or graver, from Halekou Heiau (NUU-100).
- For orientation data see the Additional tables page.
- For all-round horizon profiles at this site see the All-round profiles page.