November 25th, 2015
Waxing Gibbous Moon
Robert Bigelow


One of the most stunning objects to observe in amateur telescopes is the planet Saturn. In addition to its spectacular ring system, Saturn is surrounded by a variety of moons. They include; Titan, the only moon in the solar system…

Amy Oliver

Night Vision 2/12 & 2/14: Breathtaking Comets

Left over from the creation of our solar system, these frozen crumbs may be the icy keepers of our solar systems past. Recorded within are the building blocks, the basic elements that give our corner of the universe form, mass,…

Mike Sheehan

New Toys Abound at Planet Fun!

Spring is coming soon and we have some new items in the Planet Fun Store to make you think of getting outdoors! Try on Sands Alive, Aerobie flying toys, and Metal Earth bugs, Star Trek, and Star Wars for your…

Amy Oliver

Night Vision: Jupiter

Jupiter: the largest planet in our solar system. How large is it, exactly? How did it get so big? How does its immense size impact the rest of the solar system, like Earth? Of course there’s more to Jupiter than…

Amy Oliver

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Amy Oliver

Night Vision 1/22/2015 & 1/24/2015: An Infinity of Worlds

This week’s Night Vision is hosted by our own Nick Jarvis. When I asked him to describe his presentation on exoplanets, he said…

Seth Jarvis

Utah Meteorologist Catches Comet Lovejoy on Camera

Sterling Poulson, best known to Utahns as the chief meteorologist at KUTV and for his work with the Days of ‘47 Pops Concert and the Utah Choral Arts Society, is also vice-chairman of the Clark Planetarium Board of Directors. He’s…

Seth Jarvis

Bundle-Up and Grab the Binoculars for Another Comet Lovejoy!

There’s a comet in the southern skies these days that you stand a good chance of seeing if you have a decent pair of binoculars, cooperative weather and a dark sky at around 10:00 PM.