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NEW YORK – This year’s final Manhattanhenge, a term astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson coined to describe the setting sun framed by New York high-rises, delighted skygazers Monday and Tuesday, according to The Associated Press. During the phenomenon, which peaks three weeks before and three weeks after the summer solstice, the sun lines up with Manhattan’s east-west streets, the news agency reported.

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Social media users are sharing their photos with the hashtags #Manhattanhenge and #Manhattanhenge2022. Here are some of our favorites:

1. @imagesbydouble.d, Instagram–zOkpj/

2. @kpmimages, Instagram

3. @mingomatic, Instagram

4., Instagram

5. @nerunya.kk, Instagram

6. @asp_landscape, Instagram

7. @richleonard88, Instagram

8. @lefthandthought, Instagram

9. @nicolemabry_author, Instagram

10. @lextrail0477, Instagram

The Associated Press contributed to this report.