Scientist Neil deGrasse Tyson inspires kids during scholarship foot camp

 Astrophysicist — and former city schoolkid — Neil deGrasse Tyson stopped by a scholarship foot stay in Manhattan on Tuesday to let teachers know, well, a sky’s a limit.

“I consider low about education. You make a improved multitude if everybody learns,” Tyson, 58, told educators collected during Stuyvesant High School for a city’s three-day Summer STEM Institute. “Ideas have powers in them, in many cases some-more than a act of behaving a laboratory experiment.”

More than 800 teachers are attending a city’s third-annual science, technology, engineering and math institute.

“If we continue to sojourn extraordinary for a rest of your life, you’ll distant comparison other people,” a Bronx High School of Science grad said.

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