The solar eclipse is transmitted on the big screen in DTU Library, Lyngby

At 10.01 on Friday, 20 March, we are transmitting three different events live on the big screen in the DTU Library showing one of nature's most spectacular phenomena, the solar eclipse. In Denmark the solar eclipse is about 80%.

We are live from the DTU Space event where senior researcher Jérôme Chenevez will set up telescope and screen in a projective line-up, so that you can follow the solar eclipse on the big screen in the library. CANCLED!

We also show DR-television's transmission of the event where Postdoc Kristoffer Leer, DTU Space, is interviewed on "space weather" in connection with the solar eclipse.

Finally, we try to broadcast live from the Faroe Islands, where the eclipse is 100%.

If the weather is not with us, the solar eclipse cannot be transmitted.


Live streaming is cancelled because of the weather
Follow the transmission from DTU Space via live streaming - on your own PC:


Be aware that safety glasses must be used to avoid eye damage, if the eclipse is followed outdoors.


Fri 20 Mar 15
10:01 - 12:00


DTU Library & DTU Space


DTU Library, Building101, Lyngby