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Monday, February 24, 2014
Images are for two different viewing methods, the first is for the Parallel Vision method and the second one for the Cross Vision method. Viewing instructions can be seen HERE.
Anaglyph versions, for the Red/Cyan glasses, can be found from my portfolio HERE.
NOTE! This is a personal vision about volumes and shapes, based on some known facts and an artistic impression.
Image of Sh-221 and Sh2-216 as an experimental 3D study
Two ways to end a life of the star in a same seven degrees field of view!
For Parallel Vision method
For Cross Vision Method
Original blog post about this photo can be seen HERE
Image shows two different ways to end a life of the star. At left, as a Supernova and at right as a Planetary Nebula. (Massive stars will go to a Supernova, after burning out all of the Hydrogen. There will be a Neutron star or a Black Hole left behind. Lighter stars, as our Sun, will turn to a Planetary Nebula, after ran out of Hydrogen. There is a core of the star left behind, it's called a White Dwarf and it will cool down gradually. )