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Information for visiting researchers

You enter the Lund Observatory on the ground floor.  This is where you will find our lecture halls (Andromeda, Cassiopeia and Lundmarkssalen).  The offices and the library can be found on the first floor (take the spiral staircase).

Traveling to Lund Observatory

Please note that the nearest international airport to Lund Observatory is in Copenhaguen.  From there the train ride to Lund takes ca 40 minutes.  The easiest way to get from the Lund central station to Lund Observatory is to take a taxi, but if you have limited or no luggage then the 20 minute uphill walk is an alternative.

Access to building/offices

Doors at Lund Observatory are locked, and you will need a key card to move freely around.  Administrative staff can provide you with a temporary key card during your stay if you need one.

Staying at the guest house

Lund Observatory owns and operates a small guest house where visiting researchers can stay. 

Internet access

If you have an Eduroam account you will be able to access the wifi at Lund Observatory.  If you need a wired connection your computers MAC address will have to be registered in the system.

Looking up at the watertower by the astronomy building. Photo.
Lund Observatory library. Photo.