Video: NASA | First Images of the Sun in 3-D (2007)

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 May 16, 2007 

For the first time ever, NASA has obtained 3-D images of the dynamic churning atmosphere of the sun -- thanks to the two STEREO spacecraft launched in 2006. This new view will greatly aid scientists' ability to understand solar physics and improve space weather forecasting.

This is a stereographic version of the movie. Red/Cyan stereo glasses are required to view it properly.

For more information:
http://www.nasa.gov/stereo

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Topic: 1.2.a Solar Missions

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