July 23rd, 2014
Waning Crescent Moon
moon
Seth Jarvis

Congratulations, Mr. Ambassador!

Former planetarium staff member, and life-long amateur astronomer (of considerable expertise) Patrick Wiggins, known to most folks around here as a ”NASA Solar System Ambassador” has been singled out by NASA for a highly prestigious Distinguished Public Service Medal acknowledging his decades of invaluable…

Seth Jarvis

Daylight Saving vs Standard Time

Utahns are being asked to offer their opinions on the question of whether the state continues to “Spring Forward” and “Fall Back” each year,

Seth Jarvis

Flyby Earth on Asteroid 2014 DX110

Space is a shooting gallery and our little blue planet is a target.  It’s as simple as that.

Rob Morris

*UPDATE* Comet ISON Viewing Guide

UPDATE November 15, 2013: Comet ISON is now naked eye visible! 

Duke Johnson

In Search of Northern Lights – The First Night

The first night on the heels of my travel was tiring but exhilarating (and did I mention, cold?). After the initial burst of aurora, the cloud deck assured me of some sleep as there was nothing else to do.

Duke Johnson

In Search of Northern Lights – The Arrival

The journey begins in search of Northern Lights…3-3, 2013.

Callista Pearson

Call for Artwork

Clark Planetarium is partnering with Art Access to host an exhibit of space and science-themed artwork for the Planetarium’s 10th Anniversary at The Gateway.

Seth Jarvis

Ticket Increase

I’m one of those guys who thinks it is best to take the Band-Aid off in one quick pull. 

Seth Jarvis

Apollo – in books and movies

The death of Apollo astronaut Neil Armstrong has caused many people to reflect