November 1st, 2014
Waxing Gibbous Moon
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Seth Jarvis

Inferiority Complex

There is a lot happening in the sky in 2012! There’s the annular eclipse of the Sun on May 20th. There’s the not-again-visible -in-America-until-the-year-2125 Transit of Venus on June 5th. I’ll post entries in the Clark Planetarium blog about those…

Mike Murray

“Gateway to the Stars” – Pegasus and Andromeda!

On Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011 our next “Gateway to the Stars” presentation will feature the central region of the Autumn skies; the constellations of Pegasus (The Winged Horse) and Andromeda (The Chained Maiden). You might remember those names from the…

Mike Murray

“Gateway to the Stars” September 3

Our “Gateway to the Stars” show for September will feature numerous objects to see in and around the Milky Way. Summer may be coming to an end on the calendar, but the summer stars will continue to shine prominently for many…

Robert Bigelow

Return of the Perseid Meteor Shower

Earth is about to collide with a stream of particles left behind by comet Swift-Tuttle. These particles, which range in size from sand grains to pebbles, will hit Earth’s upper atmosphere at speeds of 130,000 miles per hour, and vaporize…

Richard

June Night Sky Calendar

Ahh, June. Summer begins, nights are warm, skies are mostly clear. It’s a great month for stargazing. Here are some highlights for the month. June 1st: The New Moon is on June 1st, occurring at 3:03 pm, MDT. With no…