Sunday, November 16, 2008

IC1848 Soul Nebula Stero Pair

Below are stereo pairs of my recent Soul Nebula image.

The first image is the parallel version. Just stare at the middle of the two images and another image should appear in 3D.

The second image is the cross version. Just stare at the center of the image while crossing your eyes and another image should appear in 3D.

Parallel Vision Image Pair


©2008 Richard Murray

Cross Vision Image Pair


©2008 Richard Murray

These were created using J-P Metsavainio's Stero Pair Action for Photoshop which can be found here: Stero Pair Action

5 comments:

astrogalaxy said...

Hi Rick,
Sorry to trouble you again with my question.I'm also curious about it when my friend asked me this question. He just came back from Australia and said the night sky there is very beautiful. But someone told him that when one is on the southern hemisphere, they cannot see the northern side of stars... And so is the north side cannot see the south??? Is it true?

Rick said...

No it's not true at least in relation to stars. The stars are too far away for the distance from the northern to the southern hemisphere to have any effect on their appearance. However, for planets and the moon there is an effect. For example, there was a recent conjunction of Jupiter, Venus and the moon. In the Southeren hemisphere this at one point took the shape of a smiley face with the crescent moon turned up while in the northern hemisphere you saw a frowning face because the crescent moon was turned down. Just do a Google search on "jupiter venus moon frown face" and "jupiter venus moon smiley face" to see what I mean.

Rick

astrogalaxy said...

Thanks Rick and you have a wonderful knowledge.
I did saw the smiley face photo one of the astro forum. Now I'll go search for the frown face!
Cheers!

astrogalaxy said...

Greetings Rick,
Here's wishing you a MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR!

Rick said...

And a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you too!

Rick