Infinite Corridor

Hallway at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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The Infinite Corridor is the main pedestrian thoroughfare at MIT

The Infinite Corridor[1] is a 251-meter (823 ft) hallway[2] that runs through the main buildings of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, specifically parts of the buildings numbered 7, 3, 10, 4, and 8 (from west to east).[3]

Twice a year, in mid-November and in late January, the corridor lines up lengthwise with the position of the Sun, causing sunlight to fill the entire corridor. Named MIThenge, the event is celebrated by students, faculty, and staff.[4]

  1. ^ Hapgood, Fred (1993). Up the infinite corridor: MIT and the technological imagination. Reading, Mass.: Addison-Wesley. ISBN 0-201-08293-4. 203 pp.
  2. ^ MIT Infinite Corridor Astronomy - MIThenge, Northeastern University Press, 2004.
  3. ^ Nancy Eleanor Joyce & Frank O. Gehry (2004). Building Stata: the design and construction of Frank O. Gehry's Stata Center at MIT. MIT Press. pp. 11–12. ISBN 978-0-262-60061-3.
  4. ^ Bill Coyle (1998). "Massachusetts Institute of Technology". In Carol J. Summerfield; Mary Elizabeth Devine; Anthony Levi (eds.). International dictionary of university histories. Taylor & Francis. p. 262. ISBN 978-1-884964-23-7.

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