University Lowbrow Astronomers

The University Lowbrow Astronomers Photo Album

Lowbrows at Saturday Morning Physics

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).

On Saturday, October 16, 2010 Brother Guy Consolmagno SJ (Curator of the Vatican Meteorite Collection, Vatican Observatory) gave a talk entitled “Comets and Cappuccinos: How a Coffee Break Helped Change the Way We Understand the Solar System.” The following photographs were taken at that talk.


Charlie Nielsen presents Brother Guy with a Lowbrow tee-shirt.

Brother Guy talking to the audience.

Other Saturday Morning Physics Photos

Photo Credits

Photographs on this page were taken by Jack Brisbin.

For more information...

See the Saturday Morning Physics Page.


Copyright Info

Copyright © 2015, the University Lowbrow Astronomers. (The University Lowbrow Astronomers are an amateur astronomy club based in Ann Arbor, Michigan).
University Lowbrow Astronomers Privacy Policy
This page revised Tuesday, April 10, 2018 7:08 PM.
This web server is provided by the University of Michigan; the University of Michigan does not permit profit making activity on this web server.
Do you have comments about this page or want more information about the club? Contact Us.