Brooklyn residents attend stargazing event at Green-Wood Cemetery

Brooklyn residents looked to the skies Thursday at a stargazing event at Green-Wood Cemetery. The Amateur Astronomers Association of New York set up high-powered telescopes

Brooklyn residents looked to the skies Thursday at a stargazing event at Green-Wood Cemetery.

Brooklyn residents looked to the skies Thursday at a stargazing event at Green-Wood Cemetery. (10/16/15)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn residents looked to the skies Thursday at a stargazing event at Green-Wood Cemetery.

The Amateur Astronomers Association of New York set up high-powered telescopes at the cemetery's main entrance for residents to get a closer look at the skies.

Cemetery officials say it's one of the best spots to see stars in the city due to its lack of lights.

 

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