November 25th, 2015
Waxing Gibbous Moon
Duke Johnson

The Exhibits Program Hits the Road

As we embark on our yearlong exhibits renovation project, there’s some work to be done, and a lot of work involves searching for the things we need to update our exhibits and bring more meaningful space science to you, our…

Amy Oliver

July Membership Drive: Free Mars Plushie with Your NEW Membership

Updated*: It’s time for the Clark Planetarium annual membership drive! We want you and your family to experience all of the fun and free activities available at the Planetarium, and get a few extra little benefits to go along with…

Duke Johnson

Help Us With Our New Exhibits Project

Whether you’ve been coming to the planetarium for years or have just completed your first visit, we are excited to let you know that change is in the air! After 13 years and over 5 million visitors, Clark Planetarium now…

NASA Traveling Exhibit Coming 2/26 – 3/2

Don’t miss the NASA Exploration Systems Directorate/Space Launch System (ESD/SLS) exhibit when it is on display here at Clark Planetarium.

Jesse Warner

New Interactive Tornado Exhibit

Come and explore our NEW INTERACTIVE  “Tornado” exhibit.

Duke Johnson

Science on a Sphere (SOS) Upgrade!

After nearly six years, our old SOS projectors have been retired.

Epic Russian Meteorite Slams into Clark Planetarium

Visitors can see meteorites from Russia’s 2013 Chelyabinsk Meteor Beginning Tuesday, August 9


S.O.S. Gets a Touchup

During the winter season we are used to seeing the color white outside.  This winter the Clark Planetarium brought a little of that white to its lobby in the form of some paint for its largest “ornament.”

New exhibits hit the floor at Clark Planetarium

Thanks to the hard work from Clark Planetarium’s education department, we have two new additions to our free exhibits. The first is a full size model of a Mars Exploration Rover. The second, a 24 inch plasma ball, is similar…

Reaching for Mars

Last month we were contacted by the Utah chapter of Make-a-Wish regarding a little boy named Logan who’s wish to go to Space Camp was being granted. The organization surprised Logan with a special animated message in the Hansen Dome…