A planetarium is interesting for adults and children
Anyone who is interested in space and planets would enjoy a visit to a planetarium. Astronomy is a fascinating subject in which many people find pleasure as they visit planetariums and view the sky.
The go-to destination for visitors and residents of Salt Lake City to learn about space and science is the Clark Planetarium.
The Clark Planetarium Leadership Team as listed at their website consists of:
Anna Marie Tueller, Division Director, Acting-In
Fiscal Manager/Human Resources Liaison
Duke Johnson, Associate Director
Education & Exhibits
Tim Glenn, Associate Director
Marketing, Development, and Operations
They also have a Clark Planetarium Advisory Board which offers guidance. The team shapes the organization's vision and direction for the Cleark Planetarium.
The Clark Planetarium is an interactive museum. It offers children and adults of all ages an entertaining look at the universe. There are simulated space flights, star shows, and dancing laser lights which are especially fascinating for children.
The Hansen Dome Theater has 200 seats in which viewers may explore the universe in three dimension without the use of glasses. The Clark Planetarium has an ATK IMAZ Theater which showcases informative films as well as blockbusters from Hollywood.
The Clark Planetarium has generated films which are shown around the world. Astronomy courses are available at the planetarium during the summer with special programs scheduled throughout the year.
The night sky with the amazing moon, planets, and stars can be enjoyed at the Clark Planetarium.
There are four planetariums located within the state of Utah. Besides the Clark Planetarium in downtown Salt Lake City at 110 South 400 West, the other three are:
Royden G. Derrick Planetarium at BYU in Provo
UVU Planetarium at Utah Valley University in Provo
Ott Planetarium in Ogden
Planetariums are a fun and educational place to visit for children and adults.
[Information at www.clarkplanetarium.org and www.goastronomy.com]