November 1st, 2014
Waxing Gibbous Moon
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Mike Murray

Led Zeppelin in the Dome!

In the days of the historic Hansen Planetarium, Led Zeppelin was one of the most popular ‘laser shows’ ever presented right next to Pink Floyd. With the new age of fulldome digital animation, we decided it’s finally time to produce a…

Talia Butler

Limited Engagement: Pink Floyd The Wall

Back by popular demand, Pink Floyd The Wall is running for a limited time in the Hansen Dome Theatre.  With full-dome digital visual production, this timeless classic can be interpreted in ways never before imagined.  The Wall plays on Friday…

Dani Weigand

Alternative X debuts in the Hansen Dome Theatre

Attention Cosmic Light Show fans! You asked, we listened! Audience members suggested we feature alternative music in our light shows. During the past several months, our production staff and show technicians have worked to develop an alternative music playlist and…

Dani Weigand

We want your feedback on the TRAX route change

Recent changes by UTA to the Sandy TRAX line have us wondering what you think about the change. On August 23, UTA discontinued the TRAX Sandy Line service to the Planetarium Station at the intersection of 100 South and 400…

Dani Weigand

Vote for your favorite music band – it could be our next show!

Clark Planetarium is preparing to develop another Cosmic Light Show for the Hansen Dome Theatre, but we are having a hard time deciding which band we should feature in the show. We need your help. If you have a band…

Dani Weigand

Top 10 boredom busters for your summer staycation

We’ve all heard a lot of discussion surrounding the summer “staycation” this year. In the spirit of finding fun stuff to do close to home, Clark Planetarium brings you 10 cost conciuos ideas to add education and adventure to your…

Seth Jarvis

Living in the dark – the life of a planetarian

As I understand things, the point of this blog is to provide readers with a glimpse into the individual thought processes, passions and vexations that merge to explain why the planetarium is the way it is. I’m totally OK with…