Professor R. Blauerhimmel is a pilot and member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers.
Little information is available about Blauerhimmel, having only made a few minor portrait appearances. It is known that he was an aviator who became a member of S.E.A. during the late 19th century and was active throughout the early 20th century.
At Mystic Manor, his portrait is on display in the queue as well as appearing in the 1899 Society meeting painting alongside Lord Henry Mystic, Harrison Hightower III (with Shiriki Utundu), Captain Mary Oceaneer, and Dr. J.L. Baterista.
The profile painting of Blauerhimmel can also be found at Disneyland's Bengal Barbecue. It seen with a photograph of Blauerhimmel in the cockpit of a biplane and a collection of postcards.
A book in the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd. Skipper Canteen called "Traditional native holiday décor" is written by Blauerhimmel. This book's name is an apparent allusion to the seasonal Jingle Cruise overlay of the Jungle Cruise though it is unknown why this is affiliated with the professor.
At The Tropical Hideaway, one of the expedition paddles is marked with his name and displays 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.
- The professor is modelled after imagineer Robert Coltrin.