1. More space news and info at: coconutsciencelab.com - this is a "cross-eye" (no glasses) 3D video. To get the 3D effect, you need to cross your eyes until the image you see on the left seems to merge with the image you see on the right. The combined image you see in the middle will be in 3D.

    The video shows a 3D video animation of a flight through the Veil Nebula.

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  2. More space news and info at: coconutsciencelab.com - this is a "cross-eye" (no glasses) 3D video. To get the 3D effect, you need to cross your eyes until the image you see on the left seems to merge with the image you see on the right. The combined image you see in the middle will be in 3D.

    Watching the video using full screen will make it easier on your eyes and looks a lot better, also.

    This video shows a 3D visualization of a flight through the Westerlund 2 star cluster. The animation is based on a new image of the star cluster made by the Hubble Space Telescope.

    Please rate and comment, thanks!

    Video Credits:

    NASA, ESA, G. Bacon, L. Frattare, Z. Levay, and F. Summers (Viz3D Team, STScI), and J. Anderson (STScI), Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), A. Nota (ESA/STScI), and the Westerlund 2 Science Team, and ESO

    Edited By Coconut Science Lab

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  3. More space news and info at: coconutsciencelab.com - this is a "cross-eye" (no glasses) 3D video. To get the 3D effect, you need to cross your eyes until the image you see on the left seems to merge with the image you see on the right. The combined image you see in the middle will be in 3D.

    Watching the video using full screen will make it easier on your eyes and looks a lot better, also.

    An animated 3D view of Arp 273, a pair of interacting galaxies.

    Please rate and comment, thanks!

    Image Source Credits: NASA, ESA, and G. Bacon, T. Borders, L. Frattare, Z. Levay, and F. Summers (Viz 3D team, STScI); A. Block, Mount Lemmon SkyCenter, University of Arizona, and the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA)
    Edited by: Coconut Science Lab

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  4. More space news and info at: coconutsciencelab.com - this is a "cross-eye" (no glasses) 3D video. To get the 3D effect, you need to cross your eyes until the image you see on the left seems to merge with the image you see on the right. The combined image you see in the middle will be in 3D.

    Watching the video using full screen will make it easier on your eyes and looks a lot better, also.

    Image Credit: ESA
    Edited by: Coconut Science Lab

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  5. More space news and info at: coconutsciencelab.com - this is a "cross-eye" (no glasses) 3D video. To get the 3D effect, you need to cross your eyes until the image you see on the left seems to merge with the image you see on the right. The combined image you see in the middle will be in 3D.

    Watching the video using full screen will make it easier on your eyes and looks a lot better, also.

    A zoom into the Eagle Nebula, showing the iconic "Pillars of Creation," followed by an animated view.

    Please rate and comment, thanks!

    Credit: ESA/Hubble
    Edited by: Coconut Science Lab

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