April 24th, 2014
Waning Crescent Moon
moon
Callista Pearson

“Let It Snow” – Holiday Show Opening Event

Clark Planetarium productions has created a new holiday music show, “Let it Snow.”

Callista Pearson

Night School – Mayan Calendars: Myths & Meanings

Are you curious about the Mayan calendar and the meaning behind it? Why did they stop their calendar on December 21st, 2012? 

Seth Jarvis

Neil Armstrong

Neil Armstrong, the first human to walk on the Moon, passed away today at the age of 82.

Callista Pearson

Night School – Why Mars Matters 9/13

Do you want to know about the geology on Mars? Join us for Night School, our new quarterly lecture series, on Thursday, September 13 from 7pm – 8pm.

Callista Pearson

Mad About Science Gala – October 11

Throw your head back and cackle in delight because it’s time to grab your beakers, wacky glasses, and lab coats. It’s the “Mad About Science Gala“, Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 6:30-10 p.m. at Clark Planetarium.

Callista Pearson

Free “Passage to Pangaea”

Clark Planetarium will be filled with dinosaurs on August 3.

Callista Pearson

Clark Planetarium’s Night School

Beginning this month, school is in session at Clark Planetarium and scientific discovery is at the top of our syllabus. Join us for Night School, our new quarterly lecture series, on Thursday, June 21st from 7pm – 8pm.

Last Call…Are you Ready for the Transit of Venus?

Your calendar is marked for this, right? The Venus transit occurs tomorrow beginning around 4pm–that’s just one day before we experience the rarest of rare astronomical events. To make sure you are fully prepared, here’s a helpful list:

Callista Pearson

Transit of Venus Viewing Parties & Telescope Give-away

The Sun, Venus, and Earth will soon align for the “Transit of Venus,” and Clark Planetarium is gearing up for this rare planetary event. From an awesome give-away to viewing parties, we want to make sure that you are ready to…

Seth Jarvis

View the annular eclipse with us

As we have previously noted, we’re in for rare astronomical treat on the afternoon of Sunday, May 20th.