The University Lowbrow Astronomers Photo Album
The following contain photographs from various observatories visited by Lowbrows over the years.
- Peach Mountain Observatory.
- Open Houses at Peach Mountain Observatory.
- The History of U of M Observatories (includes the Detroit Observatory, Angell Hall Observatory, Peach Mountain Observatory, Portage Lake Observatory, the McMath-Hulbert Observatory and the Lamont-Hussey Observatory).
- Photos from Mark Vincent
(includes photos from Mauna Kea, Mount Evans, Apache Point Observatory,
Magdalena Ridge and Big Bear Solar Observatory).
- “The Kitt Peak Advanced
Observer’s Program.” by Clay Kessler (April, 2000).
- Removal of the Primary and Secondary Mirrors from the McMath Telescope
(July 14, 2002).
- “A Day Trip to Palomar.” by Chris Sarnecki (August, 2003).
- Trip to McMath-Hulbert Observatory (November 2, 2003).
- Photographs of the Venus Transit from Angell Hall
Observatory (June 8, 2004).
- The Aspen “Observatory” (March 2005).
- “A Tale of Two Observatories.” by Dave Snyder (March 2005) (includes the Sunriver Observatory, the Hildesheim Observatory and Jungfraujoch Observatory).
- “A Night at EMU’s Sherzer Observatory.” by Doug Scobel (April, 2006).
- Yerkes Observatory, by Doug Warshow (Saturday, August 16, 2008).
- “A Visit to the Adler Planetarium in Chicago, December 2009.”
by Sandy Dugan (January 2010).
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