July 28th, 2014
Waxing Crescent Moon
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Mike Murray
Mike Murray

The Mars “Curiosity” Rover: What Do We Hope to Learn?

NASA’s latest mission to the red planet isn’t just another rover – it’s a massive laboratory on wheels.

Mike Murray

Gateway to the Stars July 7: Scorpius!

We are finally at the time of year when the Milky Way starts to make its return.

Mike Murray

A New Side to the “Dark Side of the Moon”

The most successful ongoing music entertainment show at the Clark Planetarium is Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side of the Moon” soundtrack. Since its original debut in the Hansen Dome Theatre in 2003 (as a tribute the 5.1 remix of the album’s…

Callista Pearson

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.

Callista Pearson

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. Topics range across scientific…

Mike Murray

Gateway to the Stars June 2 – Star Hopping

Even as we approach the first day of summer, the Big Dipper remains high in the sky, making for an excellent guide to the bright stars and constellations of June for this months Gateway to the Stars.

Joe Stohel

“2012: Mayan Prophecies” opens May 25

According to some, December 21, 2012 will bring about an apocalypse the will destroy the world as we know it. For others, this date is merely the end of a Mayan calendar cycle that was established by ancient astronomer-priests. So…

Mike Murray

Gateway to the Stars May 5 – Galaxies!

This month’s performance of Gateway to the Stars will feature some of the grandest objects in the universe – the “galaxies”!

Carl Malaret

Celebrate Astronomy Day

It’s that time of year again! Professional and amateur astronomers from across the nation will gather to celebrate Astronomy Day on Saturday, April 28, 2012.