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KQ2 St. Joseph
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
KQ2 St. Joseph / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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ClickOnDetroit
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
ClickOnDetroit / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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KPRC Local 2 Houston
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
KPRC Local 2 Houston / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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My EastText
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
My EastText / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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KECI Missoula
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
KECI Missoula / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
KRBC Abilene & KTAB Abilene / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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Local 6 Orlando
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
Local 6 Orlando / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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Local 10 Miami
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
Local 10 Miami / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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News 8000
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
'Manhattanhenge' returns to New York skies
News 8000 / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York's Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Rare ‘Manhattanhenge’ returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
Rare ‘Manhattanhenge’ returns to New York skies
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York’s Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
‘Manhattanhenge’ returns to New York skiesthe east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings.
‘Manhattanhenge’ returns to New York skies
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 12 days ago
the east-west streets to create a glowing ball of light in between buildings. Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of New York’s Hayden Planetarium, first coined the term for the phenomenon. The name is a reference to Stonehenge, the prehistoric monument... Read more
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The Verge
Views from Manhattanhenge, New York City's coolest sunset of the yearand popular attractions in New York City. The nickname, coined by Neil DeGrasse
Views from Manhattanhenge, New York City's coolest sunset of the year
The Verge / Posted 12 days ago
and popular attractions in New York City. The nickname, coined by Neil DeGrasse Tyson, an astrophysicist and head of the Hayden Planetarium, is a reference to England’s Stonehenge. At Stonehenge, once a year during the summer solstice, the rising... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
Manhattanhengeyear last night. "" is created when the setting sun aligns with the city's str
Manhattanhenge
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 12 days ago
year last night. "" is created when the setting sun aligns with the city's street grid, creating a ray of light between the buildings. The term "" was coined by the museum of Natural History Hayden Planetarium dire... Read more
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NBC New York
Manhattanhenge Comes Again This Weekcan be seen setting at the bottom of the city's concrete canyons at 8:20 p.m. M
Manhattanhenge Comes Again This Week
NBC New York / Posted 13 days ago
can be seen setting at the bottom of the city's concrete canyons at 8:20 p.m. Monday and Tuesday nights, according to the Hayden Planetarium. The best view can be seen as far east in Manhattan as you can go without losing view of New Jersey. Good... Read more
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Slate
The Scientific Community Can’t Ignore Celebrity Culturethe National Geographic Channel. Reviewing the show, Robert Lloyd of the Los An
The Scientific Community Can’t Ignore Celebrity Culture
Slate / Posted 13 days ago
the National Geographic Channel. Reviewing the show, Robert Lloyd of the Los Angeles Times called Tyson—head of New York’s Hayden Planetarium, popular science writer, and experienced host of TV science shows—“the American face of science.” The show... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
THE GREEKSits citizenry — that is a civilization that will lead the world,” says astrophy
THE GREEKS
KPBS San Diego / Posted 20 days ago
its citizenry — that is a civilization that will lead the world,” says astrophysicist Neal deGrasse Tyson, director of the Hayden Planetarium. Quite simply, the Greeks created our world. Today, of course, Greece conjures very different images —... Read more

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