The University Lowbrow Astronomers Photo Album
Saturday Morning Physics (May 2005)
During the fall and winter, the University of Michigan Physics Department hosts
a series of multimedia presentations called Saturday Morning Physics.
These presentations are aimed at the general public. Generally you can
find several Lowbrows in attendance. (The Lowbrows are an amateur astronomy
club based in Ann Arbor). The following photographs were taken in May 2005 during Saturday Morning Physics.
May 14: Physics Professor Keith Riles gave a talk
entitled “How to Catch a Gravitational Wave”
May 21: Immediately after Saturday Morning Physics, Lowbrows John Causland and Dave Snyder investigate some catapaults built by students during the 2005 Washtenaw Science Olympiad
Other Saturday Morning Physics Photos
- “How to Catch a Gravitational Wave #1,”,
“How to Catch a Gravitational Wave #2” and
“How to Catch a Gravitational Wave #3”
- Photographs taken by Dave Snyder.
- “Science Olympiad #1” and “Science Olympiad #2” -
Photographs taken by Charlie Nielsen.
For more information
See the Saturday Morning
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