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Astronomers will be camped out at four bars in Brooklyn and Manhattan tonight to conduct viewing parties for what the Post describes as a "super rare cosmic occurrence." Around 2 a.m., an asteroid will pass in front of one of the brightest stars in the sky, causing it to disappear briefly, and astronomers will be waiting at Ding Dong Lounge, Art Bar, The Way Station, and Pacific Standard to show any interested stargazers where to look. [NYP]

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