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Stereo imaging will be an important tool on NEAR for geologic analysis of Eros, because it provides three-dimensional information on the asteroid's landforms and structures. This anaglyph can be viewed using red-blue glasses to show Eros in stereo. It was constructed from images taken on February 14 and 15 that showed the same part of Eros from two slightly different viewing perspectives. The smallest feature visible is 100 feet (30 meters) across. For this image the spacecraft position was not optimum for stereo, but it will improve over the next few days allowing better 3-D views.

Asteroids & Comets

  • Eros in stereo
  • Comet Wild 2 - Anaglyph
  • Pandora Anaglyph
  • Prometheus Popping in 3D
  • 3-D Image of the Central Complex in Vesta
  • Trojan Asteroid Shares Orbit with Earth
  • Stardust Mission
  • EPOXI Mission
  • DAWN Mission
  • Comet Wild 2
  • Asteroid Vesta
  • Asteroid Vesta
  • Asteroid Eros in 3D
  • NEAR approach to Eros
  • Craters on asteroid Eros
  • The asteroid Eros
  • The asteroid Mathilda
  • Asteroids Mathilda, Gaspra and Ida
  • Asteroid Mathilde
  • Asteroid Eros
  • The surface of asteroid Vesta
  • The asteroid Vesta
  • The asteroid Vesta
  • Montage of the comet Hartley 2
  • The comet Hartley 2
  • The comet Hartley 2
  • The asteroid Toutatis
  • Close up view of asteroid Ida
  • A montage of images of Ida
  • The asteroid Ida and its moon, Dactyl
  • The asteroid Ida and its moon, Dactyl
  • The asteroid Ida and its moon, Dactyl
  • The asteroid Ida
  • Gaspra, Phobos and Deimos
  • Montage of the asteroid Gaspra
  • The asteroid Gaspra

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