September 5th, 2015
Waning Gibbous Moon
moon

Pink Floyd’s “The Wall” Returns

Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” album has been popular in planetariums as music and visual art since the 1970′s, and we run it all year round on Friday and Saturday nights … except for the weeks leading up…

Our Cosmological Context on 10/3

On Thursday, October 3, Jason Steffen, PhD. returns to Clark Planetarium.

Gateway to the Stars July 6: Summer Stargazing!

As we approach the heart of the summer season, we reach an excellent time to see the best features of the seasonal night sky.

U.S. Premiere of LICHTMOND in the Hansen Dome Theatre!

“Universe of Light” makes its U.S. debut at the Clark Planetarium on Friday, July 12 at 8:00 pm. It is an amazing 360-degree immersive experience that features the best of Lichtmond’s audio-visual journeys.

Summer Membership Sale

You don’t want to miss our summer membership promotion. Beginning Friday, June 28, 2013 buy a Clark Planetarium membership and enjoy the benefits of a membership this summer AND next summer!

Escape to Clark Planetarium with a Membership!

Looking for somewhere to escape the heat this summer or for a fun educational place to take the family? A Clark Planetarium membership is the answer.

New Show: “Secret Lives of Stars”!

Come enjoy an amazing journey through the stars and galaxies as we explore the birth, life, and death of stars. “Secret Lives of Stars” is a production of Evans & Sutherland of Salt Lake City,

Astronomy Day 2013

It’s that time of year again! Professional and amateur astronomers from across the nation will gather to celebrate Astronomy Day on Saturday, April 20, 2013.

Ultimate Wave Tahiti – Improved!

One of the nice things about having our own professional producers on staff is that we not only create custom shows for local audiences, but we can also improve on the quality of other programs for a better dome theatre…

“Gateway to the Stars” Feb 2 – Orion is at its Prime!

February is the month to get the most from the famous constellation of Orion the Hunter. The familiar grouping is climbing high into the south early in the evening, making it the best guidepost to the Winter night skies.