Bob Trembley has been an amateur astronomer since age eight, and wore out the foam-rubber focusing mechanism of his first refractor. He graduated from Michigan Technological University with a BS in Electrical Engineering, and currently resides in Chesterfield Township Michigan. Bob has been collecting meteorites for two decades, and owns a couple of telescopes that he uses every day Michigan weather allows him.
Bob is an active member of the Warren Astronomical Society, and in recent years has been doing an increasing amount of astronomy outreach: both solo and with the Society. Bob has lectured about meteorites in a middle school classroom, and dabbles with astrophotography. Bob runs an astronomy blog where he posts his better shots there along with science and space news.