September 19th, 2014
Waning Crescent Moon
moon
Richard

Two Planets, the Moon and a Bright Star

I’m an early riser these days. Didn’t used to be. There was a time when I would routinely stay up until 1 or 2 in the morning. Now, I tend to be done around 11 pm, and I wake up…

Talia Butler

Uncover the mysteries of Black Holes

They prowl the cosmos waiting to ambush their next victim, camouflaged by the energy of a million suns.  These unseen voids can annihilate entire solar systems, and once in their grasp, nothing — not even light — can escape. Few…

Talia Butler

Clark Planetarium transforms for HP7 premiere party

On November 18th, Clark Planetarium will be transformed into the magical world of Harry Potter.  Join us for our Premiere Party from 8 pm – 11 pm.  Our premiere party combines educational activities and entertainment to make this an experience…

Jesse Warner

Dark Sky Presentation

Remember when you were young, looking up into the night sky? How many stars did you see? Have you ever tried to count them? Look up in the sky tonight. Can you still see as many stars? You may notice…

Richard

Leonid Meteor Shower

The annual Leonid Meteor Shower peaks on Wednesday the 17th at 1:00 PM, MST. Peak rate for the Leonids is 15 meteors per hour. Best viewing would be on the early morning hours of Wednesday, as a waxing gibbous Moon…