University Lowbrow Astronomers

The University Lowbrow Astronomers Photo Album.

University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History
(December 8, 2007)

On December 8th, 2007, the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum of Natural History held its Space Discovery Day. The University Lowbrow Astronomers participated in this event. The following photographs were taken that day.

The Lowbrows set up telescopes on the 2nd floor, where the Dinosaur exhibit is located.
A photograph of Saturn had been taped to a wall; visitors could view the photograph through the telescopes.

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Yasu demonstrates astronomical ideas using a few simple props (like a yardstick and a plastic globe).

Photo Credits

Photographs by Bob Klose and Dave Snyder.

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