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Hayden Planetarium

The Hayden Planetarium is a public planetarium, part of the Rose Center for Earth and Space of the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, currently directed by astrophysicist Dr.

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Found this using the Time Out iPhone app it was the greatest show a I've ever seen
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Immigrants perform at the Hayden Planetarium tomorrow for Off the Record
On tomorrow's perform in the Hayden FREAKING Planetarium! Here's a preview.
First look: Cosmos rebooted with Neil Degrasse Tyson: Taken from slightly left of center in the theater of the Hayden Planetarium.
A Successor Reboots ‘Cosmos’: Thanks to Neil Degrasse Tyson, host of the show & director of the Hayden Planetarium
Saw it last night in NYC at the Hayden Planetarium, people definitely should watch & celebrate it! Amazing
Getting ready to take my students to Hayden Planetarium!
I went to the Hayden planetarium too. # cosmoslive
it's like I'm being auctioned out of A Museum in a House party.,Over Hayden Planetarium Ticket sales!
"I want to put on the table, not why 85% of the members of the National Academy of Sciences reject God, I want to know why 15% of the National Academy don’t." ~Neil Degrasse Tyson, astrophysicist, science popularizer, and director of the Hayden Planetarium in New York City, awarded the American Humanist Association’s Isaac Asimov Science Award in 2009
Things are looking up for Neil Degrasse Tyson--way up. As the director of the Hayden Planetarium and the author...
One of my regrets while traveling to New York was not going to the Hayden Planetarium..and ohhh I was so close.
A trip to Hayden Planetarium at The American Museum of Natural History and then on to Michaels for materials to...
So many experiments performed in space that effect our day to day living. These R ongoing. Google Hayden Planetarium for more info
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I'm nowhere near NYC but it'd be cool if Hayden Planetarium had a watching party
Check it out! I just did this activity on Sosh: "Hayden Planetarium Space Show: Dark Uni…" (at American Museum …) -
My weight on the minus the 2,000 layers. @ Hayden Planetarium
You should check out Neil Degrasse Tyson from the Hayden Planetarium.
Gravity felt like something you'd see at Liberty Science Center or Hayden Planetarium... But with A-list actors. Not best picture material.
The Hayden Planetarium and Museum of Natural History is an amazing day - just don't check your coat!
So honored to meet the Director of the Hayden Planetarium, famous astrophysicist
We’re going to Nashville for spring break. Wonder if we’ll see the Hayden Planetarium?.
President Obama: “We’ve got Bill Nye and from the Hayden Planetarium”
Hayden Planetarium Space Show: Dark Universe is an astronomical adventure until 6/30
I was in awe of the Dark Universe film which I saw last week in the Hayden Planetarium
and when i'm in NY i will go to the Hayden Planetarium, and if i'm lucky i hope to meet :) .
Between what the President said yesterday and what Neil Degrasse Tyson said on 'Fresh Air' today, I'm starting to understand where I went wrong in school. Instead of just giving up and coasting, I should have said "Screw 'em, I'll study what *I'm* interested and set my OWN goals!" I tried some of that my senior year at North -- with spectacular results, but by then it was too late. I still didn't have my goals set when I got to OSU, and that kept me from getting much out of that experience as well. Tyson said that none of his teachers would have selected him as someone who would go far. His grades were all over the place. But at age nine he went to the Hayden Planetarium and they showed him a sky that he (growing up in the Bronx) had never imagined existed. He knew what he wanted to do from then, but didn't have a name for it until age eleven. People kept telling him to get into athletics, "you'd be good at that." He was a good athlete (captain of his school's wrestling team), but his interests were elsew ...
Fun Lacy fact: my first trip to NYC was because I wanted to see the Hayden Planetarium (since I was designing one for my senior treatise).
COSMOS is back, by astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson, director of the New York Hayden Planetarium!!
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yeah the Hayden planetarium but I kinda don't wanna go to that one it's more commercialized I wanna go to a local one
☆ Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson, astrophysicist, author, the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium at...
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lovely project! The Dark Universe in Hayden Planetarium! Amazing!!! Museum of Natural History
Any chance you will be at Hayden Planetarium in middle of June?
Excited for the Hayden Planetarium tomorrow! Hoping for an sighting!
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"All Seats Provide Equal Viewing of the Universe" -Hayden Planetarium Museum Guide (thanks to Lorrie Moore)
Tomorrow, 1/30 Neil Degrasse Tyson of the Hayden Planetarium & at Weis Center, doors @ 6:30, talk @ 7:30! Join us!
This summer I will go to the Hayden Planetarium
Walked the Hayden Planetarium... they're playing the Firefly theme followed by Star Wars.
Romance Under the Stars at the Hayden Planetarium via
A clip from the new Hayden Planetarium space show offers a glimpse of our universe’s cosmic structure and a visual representation of the elusive dark matter.
Telling graphic from deadspin.com via the Hayden Planetarium's Neil Degrasse Tyson and tech columnist David Pogue... ...so I guess Minnesota alone has its priorities in balance??
Tonight take a tour of Mars and Mercury up close courtesy of Carter Emmart
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u need to take Jake to the Hayden Planetarium and have explain to him why space is NOT super ***
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I have no idea why this just happened, but I just had a flashback to the laser show at the Hayden Planetarium and taking the L train through the 'bad' part of Brooklyn. For those that have since moved away, that bad part is now the up and coming area and the rents are crazy!
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' classic Ed Sullivan Show appearance on February 9, 1964! Enjoy themed food and beverage selections followed by a showing of Laser Beatles in the Charles Hayden Planetarium.
excited to visit Hayden Planetarium in a few weeks 😃
Watched Dark Universe at the Hayden Planetarium today, stunning visuals and great narration by
128. Can you identify the image?a). The Big Bang at Hayden Planetarium, Rose Center for Earth and Space, NYb). "Starry Night" by Vincent van Gogh at MoMA, NYc).
I need to go to the Hayden Planetarium soon. Very soon. 🌙
Somehow there's a "Hayden Planetarium" here and it has nothing to do with Hayden Panettiere.
Neil Degrasse Tyson will be appearing in a Superman comic that comes out this Wednesday. He'll be pointing out exactly where Krypton is in our own universe. According to the comic, Superman visits the Hayden planetarium in New York once every 382 days in the hope of spotting a glimpse of his home planet. Tyson is kind enough to point it out, and tells us that prior to its destruction Krypton was in a system that is located 27.1 light years from Earth and is slightly smaller and cooler than the sun. It's a real system, and they are kind enough to give us the location: Star LHS 2520 J2000 Right Ascension: 12 hours 10 minutes 5.77 seconds Declination: -15 degrees 4 minutes 17.9 seconds Proper Motion: 0.76 arcseconds per year, along 172.94 degrees from due north
I'm taking you both to Hayden Planetarium to even things out.
I grew up in Brooklyn in the 1950s. The Hayden Planetarium started me on the path of loving Astronomy.
the things i would do to go to NY and spend days at the Hayden Planetarium...
any chance of alt. univ. with Hayden Planetarium and you @ Nat. Hist. Museum in DC? Any chance of me getting to that alt. univ.
Gotta go! Watching Bill Moyers with Neil deGrasse , Director of the Hayden Planetarium. BTW, brilliant African American!
Dark Universe in Hayden Planetarium! Meeting of the minds: the creator of the film and composer of the film's score.
The newest addition to AMNH's Hayden Planetarium launches you on an astronomical adventure—from Jupiter's atmosphere to the Mount Wilson...
The Ultimate Geek Valentine's Day Hayden Planetarium! (not so secretly hoping will be there)
I love learning about Dark Matter Everyone should go see the "Dark Universe" show at the Hayden planetarium
Been awhile since this went around.
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A spectacular new Hayden Planetarium Space Show, narrated by Neil Degrasse Tyson, takes viewers through the recent dramatic advances in our knowledge of the universe and explores what’s to come in the future of cosmology. 
Four beats to fill the song. The dang Hayden planetarium has it implanted in the core of my noggin.
Did I mention we saw Netrebko at the MET, Wooster Group's "Cry, Trojans," Vermeer at the Frick, and Piero at the OTHER Met? And crazy planet show at Hayden Planetarium. And caught up with old friends. Not a bad weekend.
Honoring Mary Frances Thompson "Te Ata" Fisher December 3, 1895 - October 25, 1995 Best known as Te Ata or Te Ata Fisher after her marriage, she was an superb actress and member of the Chickasaw Nation known for telling American Indian stories. She performed as a representative of American Indians at state dinners before President Franklin D. Roosevelt in the 1930s. She was inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame in 1957, and named Oklahoma's first State Treasure in 1987. Mary Frances Thompson was born in Emet, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, near the present city of Tishomingo, Oklahoma. Her father, T. B. Thompson, was the last treasurer of the Chickasaw Nation. Her uncle, Douglas H. Johnston, was the last governor of the Chickasaw nation. She was educated in Tishomingo where she found a mentor in teacher Muriel Wright. Later, she attended Oklahoma College for Women (now the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma in Chickasha, Oklahoma). Another teacher, Frances Densmore Davis, recognized her tal ...
In a little over two months we will be headed to New York! After our regional, we will definitely take in some of the local attractions. The last couple of years we have gone to a science or technology related museum. Should we decide to do this again this year, here are just a few of the available options: American Museum of Natural History, Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum, Hayden Planetarium, and National Museum of Mathematics. Does anyone have a particular interest in any of these, or have been to one before and can recommend? For those that have been to NYC before, any other cultural or educational attractions that we should try to see?
I think I'm going to take a trip to the Hayden Planetarium. It's about that time :-)
Never heard of this man before and just watched six of his lectures on Youtube. Astrophysicist, Director of Hayden Planetarium, discusses his views on science and the spirituality of science. Brilliant, provocative, and LOL funny. I was very proud to learn he is of Puerto Rican descent, raised in the Bronx.
just a heads up : Tyson Lecture at Convocation Hall, U of T, Mar 21 2014 Dunlap Prize Lecture Neil Degrasse Tyson Image: Cutty McGill, Penworld Magazine Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson will deliver a free public lecture at 8pm on March 21, 2014, in Convocation Hall, University of Toronto. The talk is being given in conjunction with Dr. Tyson receiving the inaugural Dunlap Prize, and will include an opportunity for attendees to ask questions. The Dunlap Prize is being awarded to Dr. Tyson in recognition of his remarkable efforts to communicate astronomy to the public, an achievement that resonates with the Dunlap Institute’s goal of excellence in astronomy and astrophysics. Dr. Tyson is an exceptional communicator, a prolific author and writer, was the host of PBS’s NOVA ScienceNOW, and currently hosts the popular StarTalk Radio podcast. He is the presenter of COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey, the much-awaited follow-up to Carl Sagan’s landmark television series to be broadcast in 2014. Dr. Tyson received his PhD ...
After thirty four years, Cosmos will once again grace our television screens in the spring of 2014 and who better to continue Carl Sagan’s legacy than, the director of New York’s Hayden Planetarium Neil Degrasse Tyson. The new series Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey is a follow-up to the 1980 PBS award winning documentary series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage, which was presented by Carl Sagan.
Trip to NYC and the Hayden Planetarium in the Museum of Natural History.
I've observed a strong kickback lately against the idea that a person can do or be anything they want. The bulk of the complaint seems to be that someone will have to work the crap jobs, so telling everybody that they can "live the dream" is impossible. Crap. Are you telling me that a young black man can't be scientist and shouldn't fight against those who keep trying the shuffle him into a career in athletics and sports? Better tell the Director of the Hayden Planetarium that his is not honest work, though I suspect Dr Tyson may have a few choice words for that. Are you saying that Steven King should have remained a schoolteacher, or that Neil Gaiman should have gone into hotel management? Some twenty, twenty-five years ago, a young comic book creator was in a car wreck. He crushed his drawing hand, and while he was expected to make an almost complete recovery, no one believed that would ever be able to draw again. James Artimus Owen finished the creator owned series he was working on, started another, a ...
Portase bien (Spanish). Chovat se (Yiddish). Behave yourself (English). We heard those phrases countless times from our parents, our Tias and Tios, and our Aunts and Uncles back in Washington Heights before setting off on school trips. Our school trips consisted of places such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Natural History, the Hayden Planetarium, the Bronx Botanical Gardens, and countless other places of culture and education. So often we would just mumble under our breaths "Yeah, right." Not paying much attention to the true meaning of those words and how they would impact our lives as we grew up and took our places in society. Many of us did pay attention and behaved ourselves because we knew it was the right thing to do. Many of us behaved ourselves as we graduated from high school, some going straight into universities, some going straight into military service, and some going straight into vocational positions. Never forget because you're in good company. Those phrases, "behave you ...
The Hayden planetarium then and now
I saw a show where the Director of the Hayden Planetarium explained that when we look into space not concentrating on the light from the stars but on the vast "blackness" we gain deep insight into the universe and ourselves. My mom has a telescope, I am going to start using it.
My fave DJ Kevin Graves is spinning at a fun party at the Hayden Planetarium TONIGHT! Who's going?
The Hayden Planetarium space show Dark Universe, which opened in New York in November, aims to give audiences a better understanding of our universe's past, present…
So it turns out that the NSA collects something like 200 million text messages a day. Just to help out our hard-working data miners, I have been texting Jill Coffey today about dinner plans on Sunday after our extended-family outing to the Hayden Planetarium, a well-known gathering spot for international terrorists bent upon harnessing the power of space.
~ We are star atoms "Atoms that compose life on earth, the atoms that make up the human body, are traceable to the crucibles that cooked light elements into heavy elements in their core under extreme temperatures and pressures. These stars, the high mass ones among them, went unstable in their later years. They collapsed and then exploded, scattering their enriched guts across the galaxy. Guts made of carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and all the fundamental ingredients of life itself. These ingredients become part of gas clouds they condense, collapse and form the next-generation of solar systems, stars with orbiting planets, and those stars now have the ingredients for life itself. So that when I look up at the night sky, and I know that, yes, we are a part of the universe and we are the universe, but perhaps more important than both of those facts is that the University is us. When I reflect on that fact, I look up-- many people feel small because they're small and the universe is big, but-- I feel big because ...
Gawker Media founder Nick Denton is getting married to his partner of just over a year, actor Derrence Washington, on May 31 at the Hayden Planetarium at the American Museum…
Just mailed Our Book to Virgin HQ, The Banff Centre, Google Inc, Apple HQ, Cat Mihos (Neil Gaimens literary agent), TED Conferences LLC, Random House Canada, The Ellen Degeneres Show, The Hayden Planetarium, The Vinyl Cafe, Robert Munsch, Indigogo HQ, Walt Disney Animation Studios, How Stuff Works, Cartoon Network, BBC London, The CBC, Laika Studios, Pixar Animation Studios... If anyone would like to commission me for a large or small art piece, please let me know, I am taking commissions right now. I need some cash flow to make another set of books and mail it to the Random House Offices in Australia, Ireland, Mexico, New Zealand, India, Germany, Columbia, Chile, Argentina, South Africa, Spain and the UK. I figure if I send it to them all, someone will know who I need to talk to so I can use the Dr. Seuss versions of the book. Will Have a new video explaining the book by tomorrow as well... Now lets see what happens...
Exhibition HighlightsAbout Dark UniverseDark Universe celebrates the pivotal discoveries that have led us to greater knowledge of the structure and history of the universe and our place in it—and to new frontiers for exploration.The Team Behind Dark UniverseThe new Hayden Planetarium Space Show is p...
A Reddit.com user posed the question to Neil Degrasse Tyson, 'Which books should be read by every single intelligent person on the planet?' Below, you will find the book list offered up by the astrophysicist, director of the Hayden Planetarium, and popularizer of science.
I sure wish I had time for the new Hayden Planetarium show this evening. You can't possibly see…
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Light from red supergiant star Betelgeuse (seen at Orion's NE corner) takes about 500-650 years to reach us
Hayden Planetarium hosts the annual Winter Solstice and Telescope Party at 6:30pm tonight. Get tickets at
There always the question in our children's minds of What do I want to be when I grow up. I heard an interview with Neil Degrasse Tyson on his chosing Astro-Physics. Dr. TYson is the director of the Hayden Planetarium, I think it would be of value for all of us parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles to watch it and then watch it with our young folks. trust me, it's truly enlightening. I'm including the link to the interview. do us all a favor, watch it, the best half hour I've spent in a long time.
The Hayden Planetarium director and author, most recently, of “Space Chronicles,” would love to have met Oscar Wilde.
THE POWER TO CREATE ILLUSION UFO Intelligence demonstrates its virtuoso psi ability by creating visual illusions that witnesses interpret as anomalous shooting stars and “ET spacecraft.” This capability to create such visual displays was demonstrated repeatedly during a night of fieldwork nearly 20 years ago. The implications of this psi capability for the entire field of UFO studies must not be under estimated! Joseph Burkes MD Anomalous Shooting Stars' Display linked to Consciousness Date of Research 11-7-94 Location: Desert Site One at the base of Queen Mountain, Joshua Tree National Monument, Elevation approximately 4000 feet Site conditions: Slight overcast. Temperature dropping from mid fifties to low forties Fahrenheit. Please remember that this particular research adventure at Desert Site One took place only 4 days before the first anniversary of our November 11, 1993 encounter. For details on that night of fieldwork see that date at the same location, Misha and I interacted with 2 anomalous n ...
Tonight's waning gibbous moon can be seen just five degrees of arc from Jupiter:
Dr. Neil Degrasse Tyson holds the Frederick P. Rose Directorship of the Hayden Planetarium
Astrophysicist and Director of the Hayden Planetarium, Neil Degrasse Tyson reads Walt Whitman's "When I Heard the Learn'd Astronomer." DARK UNIVERSE, the new...
Hayden Planetarium wasn't she that cheerleader from Heroes
Very much looking forward to this weekend's Winter Solstice Celebration! Looking forward to seeing you there.
tryna go to the Hayden planetarium in NYC over winter break?
See December's Full Moon - also known as the Long Night Moon - tonight among the stars of Taurus
2014 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate tixx on sale! I know it's early but it sells out + will be there!
Just bought my ticket to see moderate the 2014 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate: Selling Space.
How often do you think Hayden Panettiere goes to the Hayden Planetarium?
It's nearly time for the winter solstice—how better to observe it than with a telescope party at
Neil Degrasse Tyson, an American astrophysicist, science communicator, and director of the Hayden Planetarium talks.
when googling Hayden Planetarium it tries to auto search Hayden Panneteire. well done
i've never been to the Hayden Planetarium - y/n
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When it comes down to it, there's really not much of a difference between Hayden Planetarium and Hayden Panettiere.
I hope one day they show Nashville (or Bring It On 3) at the Museum of Natural History planetarium and call it the Hayden Panetierrium.
A little snow can't stop me. Culture and more! @ Hayden Planetarium
visiting the Hayden Planetarium this upcoming Tuesday, any chance I'll run into you?
Cosmic Background Radiation from the Hayden Planetarium - looking back millions of years through time
In b4 I almost went to the Hayden planetarium. Serendipity
Look up, NYC! MT This Dec., bright stars around constellation Orion are bookended by brilliant Venus & Jupiter
This December, the bright stars around the constellation Orion are bookended by brilliant Venus and Jupiter
My step-mom, Cicely Aikman Scherer, died on December 6th -only 11 days after Dad. We miss her and are shell-shocked. Her Memorial is Sunday, December 15th at 2:30 PM at Valley Cares... Cicely Aikman Scherer 1923-2013 Cicely Aikman Scherer died at Valley Cares in Townshend, Vermont, on December 6, 2013, eleven days after her husband Fred F. Scherer passed away. Born on June 4, 1923 in El Paso, TX, she was the oldest of three children of Duncan and Helen (Wyman) Aikman. She attended the University of Chicago, but left in her sophomore year and went to New York City to study under Morris Kantor at the Art Students League, between 1942-1946. Cicely reflected, “This was a serious art education -our only regret as students was that due to World War II, we could not go to Europe, in particular to Paris to see firsthand the works of Picasso and Matisse.” At the League she met her first husband, painter Paul Breslin. Cicely was an avid traveler. She went to Florence, Italy by boat with her two-year-old son, P ...
So Brenda gave me 5, and a few others gave me numbers, but I've been...gradschooling...so five it is: 1) If I think about a problem I'm having in Hebrew and then take some time and then think about it again in English, I'll usually come up with (nine times out of ten) a different answer to my problem in each language. 2) I don't match my socks - I find it a waste of time. My socks go into my sock drawer, whatever two I pull out are the two that I put on. I've recently been getting deliveries from Manpacks which include socks...so I assume at some point I'll own all matching socks, but the way I deal with them remains the same - wash 'em and throw 'em in a drawer. 3) I've had two fundamental shifts in my understanding of religion and God. The first was in the Grand Tetons looking at the mountains and just being amazed and overwhelmed at how big they are. The second was at the Hayden planetarium on a trip with the Environment Club in High School (our main activity was going "yeah, we like the environment" a ...
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Sad I can't go to this, so far away: Special Event: Winter Solstice Telescope Party
“Dark Universe,” a new space show at the Hayden Planetarium, takes viewers through a century of discovery about the past, present and future of the cosmos.
At the Museum of Natural History, there's a new Hayden Planetarium. - which I will always refer to as the Hayden Panettierium.
Heading home after a great couple of days in New York. First visits with some wonderful Penn alumni, then Penn's signature all alumni event Engaging Minds, all combined with good food and a visit to the American Natural History Museum and Hayden Planetarium with my beloved. Great way to spend the weekend.
Hayden Planetarium - American Museum of Natural History I love from a kid.
David Duchovny and his family were sitting in front of us in the Hayden Planetarium
Watching a show at the Hayden Planetarium
I understand that this a music/comedy page, but I need to bring this up (specifically for Americans. Others should watch this anyways). This is a video with audio clips from speeches by Neil Degrasse Tyson, who is an amazing astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium in NYC. Please watch this and really try to feel what he is saying, and join the cause he is speaking for. It's only 5 minutes, you have enough time. Spread this around. Share it. Please. ~Kaptain
Good afternoon boys and girls. As some of you know I have a very strange sense of humor that being said the other day I was sitting on a train with my son headed for the Hayden Planetarium The train was not crowded sitting across from me and my son was a very well dressed man after about the 4th stop as the doors closed and the guy sneezed and farted at the same time My first reaction was That's gotta hurt. But my son was hysterical Crying and laughing After about 3 minutes He was able to gain composure And this is why I love my family My son look the guy right in the eye añd says I didn't know human beings could do that the guy said me neither My sons reply to him was (Dude you're lucky to be alive) And then I lost it I was hysterical with laughter I laughso hard for so long that the people getting on the train started to laugh hysterically it was the beginning of a great day So to the well dressed guy on the train Thanks for the joy And one of the funniest morning I've had in a long time .
I just won a ticket to the io9 12/11 showing of Dark Universe at the Hayden Planetarium! Cocktails and Dark Matter, let's DO THIS!!!
The Dover Demon is an alleged cryptozoological creature sighted on three separate occasions during a 25-hour period in the town of Dover, Massachusetts on April 21 and April 22, 1977. It has remained a subject of interest for cryptozoologists ever since then. Cryptozoologist Loren Coleman was the initial investigator and the individual who named the creature the Dover Demon; it was disseminated by the press, and the name stuck. Coleman quickly assembled and brought into the inquiry three other investigators: Joseph Nyman, Ed Fogg, and Walter Webb. All were well-known ufological researchers in eastern Massachusetts, with Webb being the assistant director of the Hayden Planetarium at Boston's Science Museum. Coleman did not feel he was necessarily dealing with a ufological phenomenon, but he wanted to have seasoned investigators with good interviewing skills to do a comprehensive examination of the eyewitnesses and their families, as well as law enforcement, educational, and community members.
While not pictured, I think everyone's highlight of the day (even Isaac's) was the HAYDEN PLANETARIUM'S DARK UNIVERSE show. If anyone has ever been to the HP, it's a SUPER PLACE to VISIT.
On a business trip to NYC I visited my friends Tom Reilly and Chris Carter. Chris and I went to see "Dark Universe" at the Hayden Planetarium.
Sarcasm... I love this time of year... traditionally technology goes on a bender telling people to upgrade so they can empty their warehouses of all the old stuff so the first week of January the bring out the new stuff! More sarcasm... I love black Friday... my family will like this... many years ago (53 if you are wondering),my wonderful sister (Barbara) took me into New York City. It was black Friday as we now call it. We went to the museum of natural history and Hayden planetarium... my 2 most favorite places in NYC by the way. Then we went to Maceys department store... and Gimbels...imagine, if you will... a 10 ft x 10 foot room with about 75 people...now think about a 10,000 square ft building with about 75,000 people jammed in screaming, yelling and pushing me (an impressionable kid like me) around... well needless to say I won't be going back there for a while... although I still do make the effort to call my sister at Christmas time. WHAT???More sarcasm?... I love to shop for my clothes this tim ...
Awesome times today, Boston Children's Museum and Charles Hayden Planetarium! Fun day!!
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city trip. The strand and then Hayden planetarium
With Danny at the American Museum of Natural History and Hayden Planetarium.
Getting ready to head into Manhattan for my talk at the Hayden Planetarium on Comet ISON at 6:30 this evening. Hope to see some of you there!
Looking forward to my talk about Comet ISON at the Hayden Planetarium at 6:30 tonight!
This Friday, we’re opening a brand new show in the Charles Hayden Planetarium, Explore: Wonders of the Winter Sky!
Live presents Rendezvous with tonight at 6:30 pm, Hayden Planetarium!
I'm going to write a play called "Hayden Panettiere at the Hayden Planetarium".
I'm coming to Hayden Planetarium morning of December 3, will you be there? Let's do lunch!
I miss going to the Hayden planetarium for lectures. I used to go religiously back in 06/07
I'm at the Hayden Planetarium, and it's all thanks to you!
Visited NYC this weekend & Museum of Natural History-been years. Hayden Planetarium so worth it alone. Kids first exposure to all thats big.
Recovery of Christmas' Meaning In New York's Hayden Planetarium a special Christmas holiday show was enhanced by an added feature. A giant lollipop tree was projected onto the planetarium dome, surrounded by a horizon filled with brilliantly colored toys which came to life and cavorted to the tune of "Jingle Bells." At the climax a huge figure of Santa Claus faded out in a snow storm, and the star of Bethlehem broke through into a sky that produced exactly the Palestine sky on the night of the nativity. The designer of this show may not realize that he dramatically staged the supreme Christmas message our world needs to understand: The recovery of the lost meaning of Christmas. This is not said in any criticism of Santa Claus; the effect must have delighted the hearts of all the children who saw it, without doing violence to their love of Bethlehem. But for adults it is a tragic loss to substitute "Jingle Bells" for "Hark! the Herald Angels Sing," and a lollipop tree for the manger of Bethlehem. The insti ...
Saw at the Hayden Planetarium at with my mom. That was cool. She would have made a great astronomer.
We are indeed...all that C, H, O, and N...and of course the Fe in your blood...are all from stars...students liked hearing that every time, every year...and yet most people, just seem unaware as to where all these things came from...unless of course they sat through some of those presentations at the OLD Hayden Planetarium in the 70s...:-)
saw your show at the Hayden Planetarium, was blown away, well done
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Dark Universe was awesome...like a teaser for Cosmos redo @ Hayden Planetarium
Photo of a photo taken on the moon. Or, photo reference for Greg Manchess @ Hayden Planetarium
The Company of the Discouraged The company of the discouraged is a very noble company. Not too long ago, the Hayden Planetarium in New York City issued an invitation to all those who were interested in applying to be a part of the crew on the first journey to another planet. Eighteen thousand people applied. They gave the applications to a panel of psychologists, who examined them thoroughly and came to the conclusion that in the vast majority of incidents, those who applied did so because they were discouraged with their lives here and hoped they could find a new life somewhere else. —Bruce Thielemann, “Dealing with Discouragement,” John 10:10b (NLT) Jesus said... "My purpose is to give them a rich and satisfying life."
It's nearly impossible to take in the night sky in NYC! Visit the Hayden Planetarium & take a Field Trip to the Moon!
Never thought I'd have a reason not go back to NYC, but between the WSF and the Hayden Planetarium...
Francois K. on the dex in the museum @ Hayden Planetarium
Comet ISON might still put on a spectacular show - here's how to find a good vantage point:
in for the new space show Hayden Planetarium
You should totally come to this with me:
Wake up my love, space awaits us on our last day x
11/22/63 I was @ Hayden Planetarium on class trip. The show stopped & announcement came over speaker "the President has been shot. Go home."
There was a wonderful show at the Hayden Planetarium when I was a kid about that. Planetary conjunction, right?
Went & saw The Dark Universe at the Hayden Planetarium this morning. Now I'm lost in space.
Look for Jupiter in the sky tonight, about five degrees north of the bright waning gibbous Moon
Seeing the hayden planetarium with my dad today may have been the most interesting thing we've done in the city
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Number 1 planetarium is the Hayden Planetarium in New York City Love the sky and star gazing.
Neil Degrasse Tyson saw him last night at MVCC...what a fantastic speaker! The cosmos will never be the same for me! Check out the Hayden Planetarium.
Don't be afraid of the Dark Universe. Neil Degrasse Tyson hosts this new space show at the Hayden Planetarium all about dark matter and dark energy.
NGT is an agent of Satan now. I didn’t know he left the Hayden Planetarium. Good move, I hear Satan pays well.
Hayden Planetarium. Picking science over football? Rutgers, stop playing like children.
It's Saturday sticky icky oo o! Omw to the Museum of Natural History. The Hayden Planetarium is definitely on the "to-go" list! I hope Neil Degrasse Tyson is there, I sure got some questions for his ***
So.. Neil Degrass has a new show at the Hayden Planetarium... I'm thinking 'must see'.. As much as I respect the guy, the last time I was there was a HS field trip.. and they played Pink Floyd... I'd like to see what they've done with the place... lol
A new show at the Hayden Planetarium: Dark Universe - truly awesome!
Should humanity contain its intense desire to destroy itself —no one hates humans more than humans— this century is starting to look very promising. You'll be able to manufacture most products in your own house or communities with 3D printers, with a large library of free designs. Google just managed to get approval to digitize most of the world's books and soon we'll have self-driving cars. We now have and are implementing the technology to mine asteroids, easing our resource bottleneck. Sure, we'll have to undergo warmer weathers, but solar power efficiency will make that issue moot. The sun is the largest nuclear reactor ever: for humanity, the difference between the Sun and an endless power source is negligible. Prof. Neil Degrasse Tyson at the Hayden Planetarium thinks that soon we'll even be able to divert space rocky bodies from any collision course from Earth, gaining us valuable time to transfer to a new planet and increase our likelihood for survival. Life expectancy rates are going up and w ...
Third meeting here this week. Each time I connect a couple dozen more dots. It feels like being a kid at Hayden Planetarium when they connect the stars to show you the constellations!
New York friends:the new space show "Dark opens tomorrow at the Hayden see it and tell me!.
The "Dark Universe" show I worked on has a great write up in nytimes today:.
Following up on yesterday's LUX null result - yes, dark matter exists:
Latest Big Bang movie show at the American Museum of Natural History, New York:
btw, heard about this this morning: sounds like a must-see in NYC.
All my NYC ppl, go see this at the AMNH ~ NYTimes: What You Can’t See Is Even Cooler. s/o once again
The Hayden Planetarium has a new show and it sounds great. Sey hey to Neil Degrasse Tyson if you see him!.
'Gravity' versus the real thing: Hayden Planetarium's new film, 'Dark Universe'
'Dark Universe,' at the Hayden Planetarium - New York Times
‘Dark Universe', at the Hayden Planetarium: ’' What You Can’t See [that pesky 95% of the universe] Is Even Cooler":
Higgs Bozonu bulunup da, Nobel aldigindan beri takintim. Must see in NYC. ‘Dark Universe,’ at the Hayden Planetarium
Dennis Overbye of the NYT Reviews New Show at Hayden Planetarium- which sites new Evidence that the Universe was...
Been ages since I've been to the Hayden Planetarium, but much love to my fav astro physicist.
I don't know what this article is about, but did I coin the phrase Hayden Panettierium?
About to preview the new Space Show at the Hayden Planetarium. :-)
WE ARE BACK Firstly we would like to say a big WELCOME to Sonia and Paul after leaving Australia after 20yrs it is hard to believe u are back with us Sonia. Paul it is great to have u here we know u will grow to love Australia and u will have our full support and Mike and Jay will be such good company. Alan and I have just arrived back after being away a month/ yes a big trip..I turned 70 this month thank u all for your cards and well wishes. A brief encounter of our trip we flew Brisi to Seoul {south korea} excellent airline...We had 4 nights there very interesting place,clean very friendly a good place to visit from there to Toronto Canada 4 nights getting lost twice in the maze of underground shops that go for miles. We then started a 16 day tour Niagara Falls .unbelievable up through Ottawa,Montreal to Quebec the autumn leaves were spectacular in full scenic show into Bar Harbor USA Boston to Philadelphia,Washington DC then finishing in New York where we stayed an extra week sightseeing we caught u .. ...
Don't get me wrong, I love living in the rural setting of jet black skies with so much starlight you almost need to wear shades, birdsong in high volume and country walks with no *** sidewalks, however, every now and then I LOVE the excitement of NYC, the nights and days with everything at your fingertips and every culture surrounding you and every type of music, art,food and exhibits! In the past several years we have had fantastic experiences there. We saw "Fuerza Bruta" an amazing theatrical experience, were right in the thick of an Occupy demonstration at Zuccotti Park, attending the Planetarium Show at Hayden Planetarium and topped it off with a fantastic Turkish restaurant, ferry rides and even street hiking during the holidays. NYC has a pulse and is alive with many wondrous things! Can you tell I'm excited!
Halley's Comet's Yearly Attack on Earth - Howto Watch | VideoComet's dusty tail displayMeteor experts Esko Lyytinen of Finland and Peter Jenniskens at NASA Ames Research Center were the first toannounce that the Earth was on a collision course with a number of dustydebris trails shed by comet LINEAR which would cause anoutburst of meteor activity. Their findings have since been independently confirmed by two meteor experts.Jeremie Vaubaillon, of The Institut de Mecanique Celeste et de Calcul des Ephemerides in France, notes that: "So far,given the observations, we estimate a ZHR (zenithal hourly rate) of 100/hr to 400/hr, which is an excellent outburst! But this shower can becomean exceptional one. Indeed, given the current orbit of the comet, all the trails ejected between 1803 and 1924 do fallin the Earth’s path in May 2014! As a consequence, this shower might as well be a storm."You can see Vaubaillon's plot ofEarth'spath through the meteor shower stream here. The plot shows the Earth passing throu . ...
"People credit me for making the universe interesting when in fact the universe is inherently interesting, and I'm merely revealing that fact. I don't think I'm anything special for this to happen." ~Neil Degrasse Tyson American astrophysicist, director of the Hayden Planetarium
Our next observing night for the semester will take place this Thursday evening (Oct. 24th) at ~8:45 PM. Meet us in room 401 of the Serin Physics Building. If you are interested in going to the Hayden Planetarium during the spring semester, please attend this event to sign up on our roster. As always, pizza and beverages will be served. All are invited!
Good morning fb friends & family as I sit here just finishing my morning "Spiritual Walk" with God I feel so "Wonderful" & so "Happy" to be blessed to do this every morning. As I walk and look at the "Crystal Clear" morning sky I can't help but to be so "Amazed" with the "Celestial Beauty" of the "Galaxy & Stars" on how "Unprecedented" it really is its Gods creation its like having The Museum Of Natrual History aka as the Hayden Planetarium in New York City right in my driveway I want to give God all his Glory Praise & Honor for his majestic creation of the galaxy and unsurpassed universe "BE ADVISED" everyone "WE ALL SERVE A MIGHTY GOD" may the peace of the lord be with you all so get up and give praise
Neil Degrasse Tyson. Astrophysicist and chairman of the Hayden Planetarium in NYC
Day off today...but no time to sleep in... my brother Derek is treating me all day to lots of fun. Starting with the 10:04am train from new hamburg to grand central then a taxi to the Museum of natural history and hayden planetarium. Going to the butterfly room where there are a couple hundred live butterflies. some of them land on you. Going to see the gem exhibit...incredible natural gems and a heck of a lot more. Yeah for me and my awesome generous brother.
I am a fan of Celestial events but star gazing in southern Connecticut is like attending the Pink Floyd show at the Hayden Planetarium; It so thick with weed smoke that you can't even see Ursa Major. I guess I'm not gonna quibble about that.
In two min I finally get to experience the HAYDEN PLANETARIUM
So I was just looking in the weekend section of the paper. The planetarium at OCC is doing a laser U2 show. That brought me back to the light waves show at the Hayden Planetarium.
omg is this where they keep the sky (@ Charles Hayden Planetarium) [pic]:
I want to go to the Hayden Planetarium😬
I like Museum of Natural History and Hayden planetarium . I love Central Park & the zoo.
it'd be sweet if we met him at Hayden Planetarium
Wish I could go visit Hayden Planetarium right now.
Why in the SVU credits does everyone get a gritty urban backdrop but Munch gets the Hayden Planetarium?
I haven't been to the Hayden Planetarium since my 12th birthday, I'm gonna cry
Prob gnna goto the Hayden Planetarium on sunday
r u familiar with the new movie "Europa Report"? I want to see it but it's only playing at The Hayden Planetarium in NYC area.
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American museum of natural history and the Hayden planetarium
Someone left the lights on at the hayden planetarium.
I don't know what they're putting in the water at The Hayden Planetarium, but I want some. Go
The Hayden Planetarium is the coolest thing EVER, my jaw was dropped the entire time
Awesome day in New York. Visited an art museum, then went to Hayden Planetarium... Highlight of the day...
All dolled up to watch the of at the Hayden planetarium space theater
Creepy nerd ready to moderate a panel about a creepy movie. @ Hayden Planetarium
I am visiting NY all the way from Australia & would love some advice on what to see at the Hayden Planetarium
Saw Europa Report last night but it's showing at the Hayden Planetarium tonight. Great setting for the space thriller
ManhattanHenge: Will future alien civilizations excavate the city & assume the grid had astrological meaning?
I get to perform my score live at tomorrow night's screening of "Europa Report" at the Hayden Planetarium! OMG! http…
Summer continued. Swim lessons in Breezy Point for kiley today. Jersey Shore yesterday with family. Upstate next weekend. Bronx Zoo, Natural History Museum/Hayden Planetarium, Shore Road sprinklers, walks and bike rides along the Hudson River Promenade in between.
Making preparations for Manhattanhenge this July. Trying to find a good spot to see it
1980, Pink Floyd laser light show. My first (and last) bottle of Night Train. (@ Hayden Planetarium - [pic]:
.to narrate the upcoming Hayden Planetarium Space Show:
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I only see the shows at the Hayden planetarium if is narrating!!
The Known Universe takes viewers from the Himalayas through...
.there's a museum called the Hayden Planetarium in NYC ... Talk about easy marketing
Ever wonder where the gold in your wedding ring came  we ask Neil Degrasse Tyson, director of New York City's Hayden Planetarium, to explain the history of the rare element. In the Beginning According to Tyson, author of Death by Black Hole and Other Cosmic Quandries, all gold on Earth started out in the center of a star; he says stars are "in the business of cosmic alchemy." When the universe began, there were only two kinds of atoms: hydrogen, which has one proton, and helium, which has two protons. The problem was that hydrogen and helium couldn't combine to make a new kind of atom of three, four or five protons. The two atoms resisted each other because they were the same charge. Unless, of course, it got very, very hot. How much heat would it take to get two protons to sit together? About 10 million degrees, Tyson says. And that's where stars come in. Fiery Fusion Stars like our sun are so hot that protons collide with such force and have no choice but to combine. It's called fusion. Inside the sun ...
Can I please be Neil Degrasse Tyson in my next life & also live in the Hayden Planetarium?
Love the kids excitement of excursion days- Hayden is off to the planetarium today. Got up at the crack of dawn and then harassed me all morning that to leave 'right now' so he wouldn't miss the bus. Even slept in his uniform and shoes last night, just to save those precious seconds in the morning of getting dressed, lol. :)
At the Hayden Planetarium! So excited for the Journey to the Stars.
Don't think so. It was a few weeks ago.
Thnx, David, for link. Terribly sorry to miss this one. Reminds me to check in at the Hayden Planetarium this summer,
Digital Universe See how small we are. So why we are?
Might go to the Hayden Planetarium soon-ish.
A few planets from the Hayden planetarium.
As many interests as I've developed over this years, one of my prime passions over the centuries has been about the world / universe / existence we inhabit. Unless you're a mathematical junkie, trying to make sense of it is a flat challenge. Dr Neil Degrasse Tyson, an American astrophysicist and director of the Hayden Planetarium, makes his get togethers on his blog fascinating, humorous, factual and answers many "I didn't realize that" questions.
So you say you did none of the things I mentioned to cause the problems with your video? Then this is a total mystery of universal epic proportions never before seen by the eyes of man. I have no further explanation or answers for you. You should call Neil Degrasse Tyson at the Hayden Planetarium immediately and tell him you have made contact with God. :)
Maryland Science Center and the Planetarium. We have to go to NYC and visit the Hayden Planetarium too.
star stuff is a quote from an Astro physicist and head of the famed Hayden planetarium. Dr. Neil De grasse Tyson.
This is Neil Degrasse Tyson. He isn't Mexican. He is an astrophysicist, director of the Hayden Planetarium, popularizer of science, and a regular on Real Time with Bill Mayer. Dammit.
Spent a wonderful Father's Day at the Hayden Planetarium in the most delightful way: with 3 generations of Leals. Memories recalled, new memories created. Happy Father's day Alf, my wonderful father-in-law, and to Jon, my heart, sparring partner, guitar hero and best friend.
New item on the bucket list. Go to the Hayden Planetarium and meet Dr. Tyson in person.
So I totally underestimated the brony community. The My Little Ponies movie was completely sold out this morning but Sierra was one of only 3 or 4 kids in the entire theater. The rest were college kids, mostly dudes.
I'm on a hot date with myself all day in NYC. What should I do? Go.
heading to the Hayden Planetarium today, a truly amazing experience.
“The vest is real (and admittedly loud). As is the portrayal of Hayden Planetarium's control panel.
We need black leaders and role models so bad.. That we make sellouts and rich people. our leaders and role models... we had so many upstanding, selfless, and intellectuals black men and women in the 1920's-1970's. There is a vacuum and void today.
Video: amnhnyc: “The universe is far more wondrous than anything we can imagine” says Hayden Planetarium...
I feel like this Yeezus album would be amazing if I was in the Hayden Planetarium w/ projections all around me...and I was not sober.
The Hayden Planetarium in NYC. Not a bad place to stuck inside working on a rainy day.
The Hayden Planetarium is amazing. And thanks to predictive text, from now on I will refer to it as the Hayden Panettierium.
Hoarding promoting Boston's Charles Hayden Planetarium at the Museum of Science :"Visit Our Planetarium, You Tiny Insignificant Speck in the Universe !"
I'm sorry, but that Boston restaurant list is so inadequate. C'mon, y'all. If we're talking Italian, how about Lucia's in the North End? How about Legal Seafood? How about those legendary tourist traps, Anthony's Pier 4 and Jimmy's? As for sights to see: Are you kidding me? The Freedom Trail, the Old North Church, Old Ironsides, Quincy Market, Boston Harbor, the Aquarium, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Museum of Science and Hayden Planetarium, the Isabella Stuart Gardener Museum, Harvard Square, yahda-yahda. And, oh by the way: Fenway Park *is* baseball. Just sayin'.
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While away for a short while, heard little news. I did, however, hear that the famous, entertaining, and well done PBS show The Cosmos is being redone. What great news. The director of the Hayden Planetarium will take over for Dr. Sagan...Welcome Dr. Tyson. I can't wait for the show to begin.
From Bullseye with Jesse Thorn (from NPR: When Neil Degrasse Tyson (was a k...
Had the event at the Hayden Planetarium. Was wonderful to see some friends I haven't seen for long time. Now at 10:30PM going to record and interview for CBS's "Up to the Minute." Tomorrow morning meeting with composer Paola Prestini to discuss progress on the "Hubble Cantata" - music accompanied by visuals, inspired by Hubble images. No doubt that these are busy days.
In this lecture, astrophysicist Mario Livio discusses errors by such giants as Charles Darwin, Lord Kelvin, and Albert Einstein
THINK ABOUT HOW SMALL WE ARE "It would be inexcusibly egocentric, to suggest that we are alone in The Cosmos" Neil Degrasse Tyson,Astrophysicist, director of The Hayden Planetarium
How cool! "Manhattanhenge is a curious cosmic phenomenon in which the setting sun aligns with Manhattan’s east-west street grid, causing the setting sun to be viewable down the center line of major streets, even from the far eastern side of the island. The next event will occur on July 13. Learn more:
How much would you pay for the universe?
I miss the Hayden Planetarium and the Museum of Natural History, exhibits in both buildings were fascinating.
Had to steal this from the Gypsy Queen...
is a thing, and Neil Degrasse Tyson is the only one I want explaining it
New show: "Moons: Worlds of Mystery", by the Charles Hayden Planetarium, Info & full show available here:
Bravo! From the director of the Hayden Planetarium & host of PBS's "Nova". (Thanks Michael Bell.)
Manhattanhenge is a pretty cool cosmic coincidence. is such a brilliant mind and writer.
New Yorkers were wowed on Wednesday by a sunset that was perfectly framed by skyscrapers, thanks to an urban astronomical phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge. The same planetary tilt that determines the seasons also dictates exactly where the sun will go down each evening — …
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