Professor R. Blauerhimmel is a pilot and member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.
Little is known about the professor outside of him having been an aviator during the late 19th-early 20th centuries.
A descendant of his, Scarlett Blauerhimmel, was a member of S.E.A. in the 21st century.
At Mystic Manor, his portrait is on display in the queue as well as appearing in the 1899 Hotel Hightower meeting portrait.
Blauerhimmel is the author of a book in the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen called, "Traditional native holiday décor". This is an apparent allusion to the seasonal Jingle Cruise overlay of the Jungle Cruise though how the professor is affiliated with the overlay is unknown.
His painting can be found at Disneyland's Bengal Barbecue along with postcards and photographs of one of his flights.
In this restaurant, one of his expedition paddles is left behind is marked from a 1904 expedition on the Ucayali River in Peru.
- Blauerhimmel is German for "Blue Sky", the term Imagineering uses for early "no limits" conceptual exploration for an attraction.
- Blauerhimmel is based on Imagineer Robert "Rob'rt" Coltrin.