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Haulani crater, Ceres, in 3D

Filed under pretty pictures, amateur image processing, asteroids, Dawn, asteroid 1 Ceres, 3D

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This is a red-blue anaglyph. Use 3D glasses (red over left eye, blue over right) to see it in 3D, or scroll down for other stereo or flicker gif versions.

Haulani crater, Ceres, in 3D Haulani crater has long been known as "Spot 1," a bright spot on the surface of Ceres. Dawn revealed it to be an impact crater with bright ejecta. Haulani is 32 kilometers in diameter. This image is a combination of two Dawn images taken from Survey orbit on June 6 and 17, 2015.

NASA / JPL-Caltech / UCLA / MPS / DLR / IDA / Emily Lakdawalla

Original images: PIA19621 and PIA19589.

Stereo versions

Stereo images are composed of one image for the left eye and one image for the right eye. Crossed-eye stereo presents the right-eye image on the left, and left-eye image on the right. Parallel-eye stereo presents the left-eye image on the left, and the right-eye image on the right. A flicker gif presents the left- and right-eye images alternately. Download the full-resolution single-eye images to use in your own stereo viewing applications:

Cross-eyed stereo

Haulani crater, Ceres, in 3DHaulani crater, Ceres, in 3D

Parallel-eyed (also known as wall-eyed or side-by-side) stereo

Haulani crater, Ceres, in 3DHaulani crater, Ceres, in 3D

Flicker gif

Original image data dated on or about June 17, 2015.

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This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. For uses not allowed by that license, contact us to request publication permission from the copyright holder: Emily Lakdawalla

 

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