Jason Momoa, Dwayne Johnson Protest Building of Telescope

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Jason Momoa flew to his native Hawaii to join protestors who object to the building of a telescope on a sacred mountain. He brought the two children, Nakoa and Lola, whom he shares with Lisa Bonet.

Momoa, who recently turned 40, documented his experience on Instagram. In a video uploaded to Stories, he said: "Aloha everyone, I'm home. My family and my babies are here. I love you, I loved being there, I loved supporting everyone, I loved interviewing everyone. We're gonna get our voices out there, it's my duty. I love you and I'll see you soon. I'll be back."

Momoa isn't the only celeb protesting the telescope. Last week, Dwayne Johnson showed up and told the crowd, "I stand with you."

"Aloha everyone, I'm home. My family and my babies are here," Momoa says at the beginning of the video. "I love you, I loved being there, I loved supporting everyone, I loved interviewing everyone. We're gonna get our voices out there, it's my duty. I love you and I'll see you soon. I'll be back."