Anaglyph Image of Moon




The glasses should be placed so that the right eye looks through the blue filter and the left eye looks through the red filter. 

The image taken from Honolulu is displayed in blue.  The Swannanoa image is displayed in red.  If we compare our two eyes to the two cities on the Earth, if we look toward the Moon with North up, Honolulu corresponds to the right "eye" and Swannanoa corresponds to the left "eye".  Many thanks to Michael Collins for producing the blue/red anaglyph from our images!

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Physics Photo of the Week is published weekly during the academic year on Fridays by the Warren Wilson College Physics Department. These photos feature interesting phenomena in the world around us.  Students, faculty, and others are invited to submit digital (or film) photographs for publication and explanation. Atmospheric phenomena are especially welcome. Please send any photos to dcollins@warren-wilson.edu.

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