If you missed Manhattanhenge on Monday, you'll get another shot at the Instagram-perfect sunset Tuesday evening.

Manhattanhenge, the alignment of the sunset with Manhattan's grid, took place on Monday, July 11, and will happen again on Tuesday, July 12.

According to the American Museum of Natural History, the sun was aligned around 8:20 p.m. on July 11, and half the sun will align with the grid on July 12 at the same time.

To see the sunset, New Yorkers should go to clear cross streets, such as 14th, 23rd, 34th, 42nd and 57th streets. The museum recommends standing on the east side, but keeping a clear view of the west so you can still see New Jersey. 

Plan to get to your viewing spot about a half-hour before the sun is expected to align.