PhD. in Astrophysics The Cities at Night project came about thanks to Alejandro’s thesis on light pollution. Alejandro is currently employed by the University of Exeter.
Physicist. Lucía leads the Cities at Night project image. Her experience on radio and TV is a great resource.
Jaime Zamorano is a professional astronomer and astrophysics professor at the Department of Astrophysics and Atmospheric Science at Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM).
Professional astronomer and astrophysics professor at UCM.
Physicist and engineer
Information systems consultant at ADIF. Geographic information systems specialist.
PhD on Parallel Genetic Programming on Volunteer Desktop Grids.
Currently working as System Engineer for the ESA GSTP project: Test-Bed Telescopes, to provide two robotic telescopes for surveillance of satellites, space debris and NEOs.
PHD. Astrophysics and SW Engineer
Astrophysics post doc at Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Journalist and EU project expert
Project Manager at Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Cross Cultural Communication Specialist
PI of the Cegep of Sherbrooke
Physicist expert on light pollution modeling
PI of EMISSI@N. U. of Exeter
Professor of Biodiversity & Conservation at University of Exeter
Light pollution on education speciallist
All images have been taken by astronauts from NASA, CSA-ASC, ESA, ROSCOSMOS and JAXA. You can find the original pictures on the website “Gateway to astronaut photography of Earth”:
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