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STEREO 3D Gallery Archive

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STEREO 3D Gallery Archive

STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› STEREO 3-D Active Regions Movie

This 3-D clip highlights active regions on the Sun.
Credit: NASA
STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› The Sun In Different Wavelengths Movie

STEREO's Extreme Ultraviolet Imaging Telescope captured these images of the sun March 17-27, 2007. STEREO can see the sun in several different wavelengths. Each wavelength allows scientists to see different features on the sun.
Credit: NASA
STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› STEREO: The Sun in 3-D Movie

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
     
STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› Full Disk Sun Movie

This clip shows the full 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
STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› The Sun's Coronal Hole in 3-D Movie

This STEREO image features an active region and a coronal hole. The hole is the large dark spot in the middle of the sun. Coronal holes are the source of solar wind and a generator for space weather activity. Credit: NASA
STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› Close Up of Active Region in 3-D Movie

This movie shows close up of an active region on the sun's limb. Credit: NASA
     
STEREO-The Sun in 3D
› Models of Magnetic Fields Animation

Solar scientists will use STEREO 3-D data to improve computer models that will ultimately lead to predictions of when solar eruptions occurs. The first model shows magnetic fields around the Sun. The second model focuses on an active region. These models are currently static, STEREO 3-D data will help add dynamic (time-changing) features to these models. Credit: NASA
What is 3D
› What is 3-D? (Animation)

This simplistic animation shows the concept of 3d imaging of the SUN with the STEREO spacecraft. Credit: NASA
STEREO Fly By
› STEREO Fly By Animation

This animation shows a stereoscopic 3D fly-by of STEREO A spacecraft. Credit: NASA
     
Tour of the Magnetsphere in 3D
› Tour of the Magnetosphere in 3-D Animation

This animation shows the Earth's magnetosphere based on a magnetosphere model from the Community Coordinated Modeling Center at GSFC. Credit: NASA
Magnetic Reconnection
› Magnetic Reconnection Animation

This is an update to an older magnetic reconnection animation (10072). The ionized wind from the Sun generates reconnection in the Earth's magnetic field. Particles leak in from the radiation belts producing the auroras. Credit: NASA
3-D Image of STEREO
› Rebel-blue Stereoscopic View of STEREO Animation

 

 

 

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