February 6, 2009

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Up And Down, All Around

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image by Maurice Collins, Palmerston North, NZ

The Moon is a bumpy world, with tall mountains and deep basins. Here is a rotating rendition that may be pretty spectacular - I can't tell, I can't see stereo. Maurice used LTVT to make a 3D rotating anaglyph of the Moon from his full disk images. Does it work? Get your red-blue glasses and tell me what you see.

Chuck Wood

Yesterday's LPOD: Highway Interruptus

Tomorrow's LPOD: An Ancient Ring?


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