April 17th, 2014
Waning Gibbous Moon
moon
Callista Pearson

Celebrate with the Bad Astronomer – April 11

Celebrate Clark Planetarium’s 10-Year Anniversary in our current location at the Gateway on April 11, 2013, with our special guest speaker Phil Plait, PhD.

Robert Bigelow

Do You Have Astronomy Questions? Bring Them To Us!

Do you have questions about astronomy? Beginning Friday, February 8, Clark Planetarium will provide a new informal setting to ask those questions.

Seth Jarvis

The Cosmic Inevitability of Risk

According to the National Center for Health Statistics, your lifetime probability of dying in a car crash is 1-in-100, but your probability of dying in a commercial airline accident is 1-in-100,000.

Callista Pearson

“Flight of the Butterflies” 3D

Did you know monarch butterfly larvae need milkweed to survive? However as land is developed, Milkweed populations are diminishing. Did you also know that the monarch has the longest insect migration on Earth? Without the support of Milkweed, this migration is…

Mike Murray

“Gateway to the Stars” Feb 2 – Orion is at its Prime!

February is the month to get the most from the famous constellation of Orion the Hunter. The familiar grouping is climbing high into the south early in the evening, making it the best guidepost to the Winter night skies.

Thomas

S.O.S. Gets a Touchup

During the winter season we are used to seeing the color white outside.  This winter the Clark Planetarium brought a little of that white to its lobby in the form of some paint for its largest “ornament.”

Mike Murray

Limited Return Run of “Atomic Clock” Laser Show

 In November we featured the music of local musician Brad Stock in a limited run of his new album “The Atomic Clock.”