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NASA Space Build Science

3D Video of Asteroid Vesta 26

Posted by timothy
from the why-there-is-the-internet dept.
TheNextCorner writes "Glide over the giant asteroid Vesta with NASA's Dawn spacecraft in a new 3-D video. Dawn has been orbiting Vesta since July 15, obtaining high-resolution images of its bumpy, cratered surface and making other scientific measurements." You'll need some red/green or red/blue glasses for the 3D effect.
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3D Video of Asteroid Vesta

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  • by Anonymous Coward on Saturday December 03, 2011 @11:15AM (#38249840)

    Having just woken up, at first glance I thought the headline said, "3D Video of Android Vista," and my immediate thought was "when are these guys goong to learn that just because you CAN port Android to something doesn't mean you should? And making something 3D doesn't make it any more impressive!"

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