Josh Chadney

Josh is a space and atmospheric physicist with a PhD in planetary aeronomy from Imperial College London, where he worked on building physical models of the upper atmosphere of extrasolar planets. He has since performed measurements of the northern lights from Svalbard, in the high Arctic, to infer the temperature of Earth’s upper atmosphere as a postdoctoral research fellow at the University of Southampton. More recently he has built systems to measure and monitor gas flaring and pollutant emissions produced by the energy industry for an environmental services start-up.

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