2007-04-25

The Sun in 3-D

NASA's Solar TErrestrial RElations Observatory (STEREO) satellites have provided the first three-dimensional images of the sun. For the first time, scientists are able to see structures in the sun's atmosphere in three dimensions. This new view will greatly aid scientists' ability to understand solar physics and there by improve space weather forecasting. The 2D image is the top view and the 3D image is the bottom view. To view this correctly, you must have 3D glasses. Check below for more information on how to obtain a pair of 3D glasses. Credit: NASA

STEREO: The Sun in 3-D Movie
Image above: This clip shows the sun in 3-D. Combined, the left and right eye images create 3-D visuals, called anaglyphs. For the full 3D effect you would need to see the images in a venue that provides two stereo video projectors. Credit: NASA

source http://www.nasa.gov/

2 comments:

Тэлмэн said...

yamar goy zurag ve!

Chandmani said...

2 зурагны эхнийх нь 2D, дараагийнх нь 3D зураг байгаа юм. Харин ялгааг харахын тулд бидэнд тусгай шил хэрэгтэй. Гэхдээ яахав нүдээ онийлгож байгаад харчихвал бас болоод явчихна.