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  • Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson coined the term Manhattanhenge in 1996, inspired by its likeness to Stonehenge, where the sun aligns with concentric circles of vertical stones on each of the solstices.

    BBC News - Home 2011

  • But the best place to see Manhattanhenge is the overhead crosswalk in Tudor City, where you avoid having to dodge traffic to get a great view.

    Manhattanhenge 2009 aka TBTAM 2009

  • This year, Manhattanhenge is May 29/30 and July 11/12.

    Manhattanhenge 2008 aka TBTAM 2008

  • The term Manhattanhenge was coined by astrophysicist and Hayden Planetarium director Neil Degrasse Tyson in 2002.

    Manhattanhenge 2007 aka TBTAM 2007

  • Speaking of sunsets, I believe the "Manhattan solstice"/"Manhattanhenge" is coming up this month, although I don't know if it's definitely on May 28 this year.

    mother dear, don't let them shoot my kite down 2008

  • SPACE. com -- Solar Alignments Cause 'Manhattanhenge' This Weekend

    Propeller Most Popular Stories mysoberlife9 2009

  • The Blog that Ate Manhattan: Manhattanhenge 2009 skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Manhattanhenge 2009 aka TBTAM 2009

  • These are some particularly nice Manhattanhenge photos -

    Manhattanhenge 2009 aka TBTAM 2009

  • Good places to view Manhattanhenge are 14th, 23rd, 34th. 42nd, and 57th street, all of which head straight across without obstruction.

    Manhattanhenge 2009 aka TBTAM 2009

  • Here are this year's Manhattanhenge dates from Astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse, who coined the term for the phenomenon -

    Manhattanhenge 2009 aka TBTAM 2009


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