Orange Can Astronomy – Solar Edition – Live from Ypsilanti with Jeff Kopmanis
September 26 @ 3:00 pm - 5:30 pm
See live images of the Sun through Jeff Kopmanis’ “Orange Can!”
Note: Solar observing requires clear skies – if the skies are cloudy, you may wish to watch from our selection of videos about the Sun.
Jeff Kopmanis has been an amateur astronomer since 1998, and is is a member of the University Lowbrows. Jeff will live-streaming his solar observing session.
Jeff likes to run a casual and informal live-streaming solar observing sessions; Jeff says he’ll talk your ears off about nearly anything if let him!
Jeff Kopmanis is a senior web developer for the University of Michigan; Jeff started with modest equipment and currently owns a Celestron 8″ SCT (his “Orange Can”), an iOptron AZ Mount Pro and ZWO cameras he uses to do his astrophotography.
Jeff runs the Orange Can Astronomy Page on Facebook – where he broadcasts his observing sessions online whenever possible, and posts his astrophotos. and generally anything pertaining to his “Orange Can” – an 8″ Celestron SCT telescope.
Jeff finds that while the cameras allow him to share the marvels of the sky, its also a way to extend his views of the universe to objects that the naked eye can barely make out. Being a computer professional made it natural to dive into the post-processing of the shots he’s taken.
Jeff also plays saxophone and keyboards with 4 bands, but Covid has severely curtailed his bands rehearsals and performances.