Welcome to the University Lowbrow Astronomers.
Use the following links to find out more about us.
- Follow us on Facebook: Get information about the club, events, photos, and more.
- Follow us on Twitter @LowbrowAstro: Get updates from the Lowbrow blog, event status, and more.
- Open Houses & Announcements:
Current schedule of open houses, other events and general announcements.
- The Lowbrow Blog:
A blog of astronomy written by club members.
- The Club:
Description of club activities & how to join the club or renew your membership.
Photographs and sketches from club members.
- Lowbrow Photo Album: Photographs of Club Activities.
- Lowbrow Photo Album:
Photographs of Club Members.
- The Telescope:
Information about Peach Mountain Observatory and the 24” McMath telescope (including
a history of all University of Michigan observatories).
- Attention School Teachers: We are available to assist with astronomy events at your school!
See Many Stars From Your Neighborhood? Find out why.
- Observer’s Guide:
Just starting with astronomy and want to know how to find your way around
the night sky? Or have you been observing for a while and want some
suggestions for new things to look at? Read the University Lowbrow Astronomer’s
Read selected articles from Reflections of the University Lowbrow Astronomers
(the club newsletter). Articles include discussions of astronomy equipment,
observing tips and other astronomical topics.
- Book List:
The University Lowbrow Astronomer’s list of astronomy books.
- Members Only:
Members only section, requires an id and password.
Use the lowbrow search engine to find materials on this site.
- Other Links:
Links to other astronomy resources (web sites, astronomy books and magazines).
Night Sky Network
The University Lowbrow Astronomers has been selected by NASA to be a member of the Night Sky Network. More information about the Night Sky Network.
Before you can see the light, you have to deal with the darkness.
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(The University Lowbrow Astronomers are an amateur astronomy club based in Ann
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