Fun "Stereo" Images.
All the deep sky images were taken through John's telescopes, then he manipulated them in Photoshop to produce the 3D effect.
View the images from a distance of 40-60 cm from your computer screen.
Cross your eyes until the red dots line up, then look around the image.
Once you see the effect, simply scroll down the page while keeping your eyes crossed to view the rest of the images.
The Leo galaxy triplet
NGC 253 The "Silver Coin" galaxy
Messier 45 - The Pleiades
NGC 2997 behind a crowded star field in Antlia.
A low flying plane passing the "Sombrero" galaxy (Messier 104)
The Rosette nebula in the constellation Monoceros
The Moon sitting front of the star cluster M44 (The Bee hive)
Comet Holmes appears as nearer than the much more distant stars
Comet Tuttle is also closer than the distant stars
Messier 42 in Orion
Transit of Mercury
Transit of Venus
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