Here’s some photos of the University of Michigan Lowbrow Astronomers at Peach Mountain and Leslie Science Center recently. The University of Michigan Lowbrow Astronomers brought out their telescopes for the public to gaze through.
University of Michigan Radio Telescope at Peach Mountain, just outside of Ann Arbor
Kids at the Leslie Science Center got to gaze at 3 planets; Saturn, Jupiter, and Mars.
Photon catcher and Lowbrow Astronomer Charlie Nielsen prepares his telescope for the open house at the Leslie Science Center
Amy Cantu locates night sky objects the old fashioned way – by reading a star chart.
Don Fohey mans the 24-inch Mcmath telescope. Jack Brisbin (not pictured) also helped out with setting up the telescope for the public to look through at a Peach Mountain open house.
The big dipper appears above the radio telescope out at Peach Mountain.
Lowbrow Dave Snyder and his 14-inch reflector telescope on a cold night.