Stereo Moon Picture
Anaglyph Stereo Photo of Moon
MUST BE VIEWED WITH RED-BLUE GLASSES TO GET THE STEREO EFFECT
Taken May 15th, 2003 and August 11th, 2003
10" SCT Telescope
Canon Powershot G3 Digital Camera
Scopetronix Maxview 40
The Moon as seen from Earth tilts from side to side (libration) as it makes its monthly orbit around the Earth. You can create stereo images of the Moon by combining two pictures taken when it is tilted in different positions. To get a stereo picture like this of the full moon, you have to wait sometimes months to get two pictures.