December 1st, 2015
Waning Gibbous Moon

Run for STEM!

Clark Planetarium education staff will be out supporting the first Healthy STEM 5K on June 1 here in Salt Lake City.

Clark Planetarium Community Events

In celebration of Clark Planetarium’s 10-Years at The Gateway in downtown Salt Lake City, a series of community events will be held between April 4 – April 13.

Breakfast With Santa

Santa is making a visit to Clark Planetarium! Join us Saturday, December 15, 2012 for breakfast, a picture with Santa on the Moon and a special screening of Santa vs. The Snowman in the ATK IMAX Theatre. 

“Let It Snow” – Holiday Show Opening Event

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

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.

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.

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.

Free “Passage to Pangaea”

Clark Planetarium will be filled with dinosaurs on August 3.

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.