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Prometheus Popping in 3-D

19 Feb 2010, 23:19 UTC
Prometheus Popping in 3-D
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Saturn’s potato-shaped moon Prometheus is rendered in three dimensions in this close-up from Cassini.
This 3-D view is a color composite picture made from two different black and white images that were taken from slightly different viewing angles. The images are combined so that the viewer’s left and right eye, respectively and separately, see a left and right image of the black and white stereo pair when viewed through red-blue glasses…
http://ciclops.org/view/6133/Prometheus_Popping_in_3-D?js=1

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