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Important notice about STEREO Behind

Cross-eyed STEREO

One way to see stereo images without special technology is the cross-eyed technique. To do this you need to flip the images so that the left image on the right side and the right image on the left side, as they are below. Cross your eyes and relax your vision until there are three images, then focus on the center image. Tilt your head as needed to bring the image into focus. For further instructions see 3D photo.net.

Solar Disk - June 6, 2007

Solar Disk - March 2007

Solar Disk with Coronal Hole - May 25, 2007

Full Disk with Active Region - May 16, 2007

More cross-eyed 3D image pairs:
Snowflakes


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