April 25th, 2014
Waning Crescent Moon
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Seth Jarvis

The Art and Science of Colliding Galaxies

In several billion years the galaxy we live in, the Milky Way Galaxy, will collide with our nearest neighboring galaxy, the Andromeda Galaxy. 

Seth Jarvis

Hubble, as a movie camera!

There are times when “Wow!” just isn’t enough of a word.  Astronomers just released movies made by stitching together 14 years of Hubble Space Telescope images to reveal the beautiful and fascinating movements of stellar gas clouds surrounding newborn stars.

Dani Weigand

Former astronaut to speak about ISS mission on 4/26

Clark Planetarium will host a special presentation by five-time astronaut and ATK vice president of Strategy and Business Development for Space Launch Systems, Kent V. Rominger (Captain, USN, Ret.) on Saturday, March 26, 2010, from 2 – 4 p.m. Capt.…

Dani Weigand

Event honors Jake Garn’s anniversary of spaceflight with lecture, film

As the space shuttle flight schedule comes to an end, Utah’s former Astronaut and Senator, Jake Garn, is reflecting on his experiences aboard the space shuttle Discovery 25 years ago. Clark Planetarium is proud to host Senator Garn for a public…

Seth Jarvis

Director’s note: Starting 2010 with new films, more fun

I realize that we’re several months away from International Talk like a Pirate Day (September 19th), but we’re not going to let a calendrical triviality dampen our enthusiasm for our latest dome theatre production, Attack of the Space Pirates. This new show will…