Our Team

Br. Guy J. Consolmagno, S.J.

Br. Guy J. Consolmagno, S.J.

Director

Vatican Observatory

Area of Research

Asteroids and Meteorites

Rev. Paul Mueller, S.J.

Rev. Paul R. Mueller, S.J.

Vice Director for Castel Gandolfo

Superior

Jesuit Community

Area of Research

Philosophy of Science

Rev. Pavel Gabor, S.J.

Rev. Pavel Gabor, S.J.

Vice Director for Tucson

Vatican Observatory Research Group

Area of Research

Instrumentation and Extrasolar Planets

Rev. Richard P. Boyle, S.J.

Rev. Richard P. Boyle, S.J.

Astronomer

Telescope Scientist

VATT

Area of Research

Star Clusters in the Milky Way Galaxy

Rev. David A. Brown, S.J.

Rev. David A. Brown, S.J.

Astronomer

Area of Research

Stellar Evolution

Rev. Christopher J. Corbally, S.J.

Rev. Christopher J. Corbally, S.J.

President

National Committee Astronomy, Vatican City State, IAU

Area of Research

Stellar Spectroscopy, Human Sentience

Rev. Richard A. D’Souza, S.J.

Rev. Richard A. D’Souza, S.J.

Astronomer

Area of Research

Galaxy Foundation and Evolution

Rev. Matteo Galaverni

Rev. Matteo Galaverni, S.J.

Associate Astronomer

Area of Research

Theoretical Cosmology

Rev. Gabriele Gionti, S.J.

Rev. Gabriele Gionti, S.J.

Astronomer

Area of Research

Cosmology and Quantum Gravity

Rev. Robert Janusz, S.J.

Rev. Robert Janusz, S.J.

Philosopher and Physicist

Area of Research

Computer Science, CCD Photometry

Rev. Jean-Baptiste Kikwaya Eluo, S.J.

Rev. Jean-Baptiste Kikwaya Eluo, S.J.

Astronomer

Area of Research

Meteors, Fireballs, Asteroids, Comets, Near-Earth Objects

Rev. Giuseppe Koch, S.J.

Rev. Giuseppe Koch, S.J.

Librarian

Headquarters

Br. Robert J. Macke, S.J.

Br. Robert J. Macke, S.J.

Astronomer

Curator

Vatican Meteorite Collection

Area of Research

Meteorite Physical Properties

Rev. Alessandro Omizzolo

Rev. Alessandro Omizzolo, S.J.

Astronomer

Area of Research

Galaxies and Galaxy Clusters, Preservation and Digitization of Astronomical Plates

Br. Thomas Williams, S.J.

Br. Thomas Willams, S.J.

Treasurer

Vatican Observatory Research Group