Here you will find several different exhibitions including ongoing exhibitions at the UM Exhibit Museum.
Star-Gazing: 150 Years of Astronomy at U-M
Photographs, letters, journals, drawings, and other rarities.
Bentley Historical Library
Through April 30.
On-line exhibit of 17th, 18th and 19th century astronomical atlases, maps, charts and illustrations from the U-M Map Library and Science Library Special Collections.
Launches February 19.
Reaching for the Stars, and Beyond: Astronomy at the University of Michigan
Research by the U-M Astronomy Department. Rotunda Lobby, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, January 31-August 30, 2009.
Self-updating exhibit of discoveries from the Hubble Space Telescope. Rotunda Lobby, Exhibit Museum of Natural History, launches January 2009
Imagining the Universe
Fine art. A&D Slusser Gallery, February 6 – March 6, 2009. Opening reception: Friday, February 6, 6-9 p.m.
Atlas Photographique de la Lune
Rare plates from the first large-scale atlas of the Moon, done in
photogravures by M. M. Loewy and M. P. Puiseux, and published
by the Paris Observatory, 1896 - 1910. Hatcher Graduate Library Lobby, March 2 - May 31.
Hubble Space Telescope: New Views of the Universe
Multimedia, interactive traveling exhibit from NASA. Exhibit Museum of Natural History, January 31-July 5, 2009. Public opening: Saturday, January 31, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dennison window mural by Jim Cogswell, Completed Nov. 2008
Harlan Hatcher Gallery
January 22 - March 7, 2009
Rare and historical astronomical charts and maps.
Thursday, February 19, 4-7pm