September 2nd, 2015
Waning Gibbous Moon
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“Ten Years of Space Exploration” Sat April 6

In place of my usual “Gateway to the Stars” show, this Saturday will feature a special presentation to help celebrate the Clark Planetarium’s 10th anniversary.

Ultimate Wave Tahiti – Improved!

One of the nice things about having our own professional producers on staff is that we not only create custom shows for local audiences, but we can also improve on the quality of other programs for a better dome theatre…

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.”

“Gateway to the Stars” Nov 3 – The Andromeda Galaxy

Now that we’re well into Fall, the constellation of Pegasus the Winged Horse is high in the sky.

Performance Art in the Hansen Dome Theatre

The melding of art, music and visuals in the dome has created many impressions over the years. The original Hansen Planetarium had a well known reputation for “laser shows” in the 1990′s.

“[title changed] Night Vision” – A Special New Series!

One of the great things about the Hansen Dome Theatre is that it’s not a movie house – our guides can take you anywhere in the universe in three dimensions.

Gateway to the Stars September 1st: Star Clusters Galore!

The late summer is an awesome time for star gazing. The skies are typically clear, dry and warm – perfect conditions for seeing many a deep sky wonders.

The Mars “Curiosity” Rover: What Do We Hope to Learn?

NASA’s latest mission to the red planet isn’t just another rover – it’s a massive laboratory on wheels.

A New Side to the “Dark Side of the Moon”

The most successful ongoing music entertainment show at the Clark Planetarium is Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” soundtrack. Since its original debut in the Hansen Dome Theatre in 2003 (as a tribute the 5.1 remix of the album’s…