This week: Come watch the new film
"Coral: Rekindling Venus,"
an entry in the Sundance Film Festival (see one of the scenes above, and
visit the film's website here).
"Coral" is a 22-minute close-up tour through a coral reef, with beautiful views and music.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the scenery.
This week's showings of Coral are Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 7:00 PM, with a selection of
astronomy following each show. Our regular Thursday astronomy show will be at 7:00 PM.
See the Calendar Page for our complete schedule.
We host FREE public shows Monday and Thursday evenings at 7 PM (except where noted on the calendar). Please visit our Calendar Page for information about the shows you will see.
Please help us continue to provide the optimal planetarium experience by providing feeback on our new planetarium feedback form.
Located inside the Advanced Technology Center, the Clark Planetarium is a large room with 66 seats under a 10 meter domed projection screen. The key piece of equipment in the planetarium is the Konica Minolta Mediaglobe I/II digital projection system. The Mediaglobe is a state of the art digital projection system utilizing a single fisheye lens for complete 360x180 degrees of immersion. The Clark Planetarium is privileged to be the United States' first Konica Minolta Mediaglobe II system. Not only does this system project a realistic view of the nighttime sky, it can also display full-dome or warped videos, pictures, and animations.