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TULSA, OK -- Tulsans got to see the stars in a whole new way Saturday night.
The Air and Space Museum is participating in the 100 Hours of Astronomy, a worldwide event commemorating the 400th anniversary of Galileo using a telescope to study the sky.
The planetarium set up some telescopes so Tulsans could check out some constellations and planets and then it was on to a much bigger show.
"We might take a look at how big the universe is, planets that orbit around other stars or just a general tour of outer space," planetarium director Chris Pagan said.
The event was free with a canned food item. The planetarium is trying to help stock the shelves at the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma in this time of need.