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Staring at the Sun, now in 3D

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Peter writes in –

It’s a huge disappointment: the best eye candy on earth causes blindness. And it’s a little hard to see, even as our closest star. Enter NASA, with the solution: the first-ever stereo three-dimensional images of the sun.

You’ll need red-and-cyan glasses, which you can buy or make. (See NASA’s great guide to how this works and where to buy / how to make.) The good news: in addition to still images, there’s video, too. I dare you to make an all 3D set. And, clearly, if you do, you’ll need some NASA sun imagery in there. I mean, come on.

Staring at the Sun, Now in 3D – [via] – Link


  • First 3-D Images of the Sun – Link.
  • NASA’s great guide on how to make 3D glasses – Link.

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