The summer night skies hold many astronomical treasures, and the warmer weather makes it more comfortable to observe them for longer periods of time.
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Clark Planetarium recently added a Sustainer’s Circle Membership level, which is a philanthropic group that will support the Planetarium’s education programs.
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A modest telescope is capable of showing you amazing views of galaxies, nebulae, planets, binary stars and star clusters.
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While most schools are already out for summer vacation, summer in the Northern Hemisphere does not officially begin until Saturday, June 21 at 4:51 a.m., Mountain Daylight Time (MST.)
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“Chase” the northern lights across Norway with accomplished astrophotographer and Clark Planetarium Education Manager, Duke Johnson, on Wednesday, June 18.
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In conjunction with the opening of our newest Hansen Dome Theatre show, Supervolcanoes, Clark Planetarium is extending an exclusive offer to individuals on the e-newsletter list through Sunday, June 22.
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This is the time of year when the familiar stars of the Big Dipper are highest in the north, which makes this group an excellent guidepost to other stars and Deep Sky Objects.
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