Perfect Little Planet at the Clark Planetarium

Utah prides itself on home-grown movies that are produced here in our
state. And the latest movie was created her over the last year but it’s not a
typical movie. The movie “Perfect Little Planet” is debuting at the Clark

Seth Jarvis is the director of the Planetarium and shares the story behind
the movie.

After more than a year in the making, Planetarium
premiering its most groundbreaking new show since “ Secret of the
Cardboard Rocket!
” “Perfect Little Planet” is revolutionary in a
number of
ways. It’s an up-to-date look at the solar system that will appeal to almost
everyone — families, schools and the general public alike. It has stunning
visuals, full character animation and incredible performances by the some
of the most talented actors working in Utah.

With the Clark Planetarium’s new
Digistar 4 dome projector system, detail,
color and sharpness are like nothing we’ve been able to show before. The
frame rate of our new system is *double* the projection speed of a
standard movie. This translates into smoother and more sharply detailed
motion as you rocket through the solar system. And the resolution is far,
far greater than even high definition!

So what *is* the story? Imagine you could take the ultimate space vacation
— where would you go to find that ideal place? In “Perfect Little Planet,” a
family from another star system is doing just that — looking for the perfect
vacation spot as they travel through our solar system. Join them and see
the solar system from a distinctly different point of view. Soar over the
surface of Pluto, our best known Dwarf Planet. Dive down the ice cliffs of
Uranus’ moon Miranda at breath-taking speeds. Sail through the beautiful
rings of Saturn and dare the ferocious lightning storms on Jupiter. Which
destination would *you* choose?

You and your family can now explore some of the best known sights of our
solar system with Clark Planetarium’s new show, “ Little Planet.”
You’ll feel as though you’re actually there – and best of all, no 3D glasses
are required!

· 35 minutes – Ages: All

· 12:30pm, 2:30pm, 5:30pm

Tickets can be purchased at Clark Planetarium or onl

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