Jonathan Blay BA (Hons) M6UTI

Jonathan Blay has a degree and background in marketing combined with engineering, with a particular focus on the management of technological innovation. He has always had a passion for the human quest to explore and make sense of the universe. For many years he worked with a philosopher of physics who had corresponded with Einstein. For the past decade he has been working on an independent physics and philosophy R&D project involving terrestrial and astrophysical simulations of relativistic effects. He chaired a two-day physics and philosophy workshop at the University of Wales, Swansea, for a dozen scholars from around the world, which resulted in the publication of a book of proceedings. He also organized and chaired a one-day conference at BAFTA on new media for film and television producers.


EAARO Project Team

Jeff Lashley,

National Space Centre, UK
Radio Astronomy Engineering
Having been an amateur astronomer all his life, mostly as an optical observer, Jeff eventually moved into the professional astronomy and planetarium industry at the turn of the 21st century. In recent years he became very interested in radio astronomy, where he seeks to advance the techniques that may be used by amateurs in this field. His specially is in embedded hardware and software development and the data processing of observations. jeff is the author of the book The radio sky, and how to observe it.


Zac Manchester

University of Cornell
Kicksat Project

Professor Mike Garret,

General Director ASTRON
Radio Astronomy Adviser


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