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Module 3: Astronomy
Constellations

Columba, the Dove

Columba Constellation Columba Constellation Columba Constellation




Crux, the Southern Cross

Crux Constellation Crux Constellation Crux Constellation




Gemini, the Twins

Gemini Constellation Gemini Constellation Gemini Constellation




Lupus, the Wolf

Lupus Constellation Lupus Constellation Lupus Constellation




Hercules, the Great Warrior

Hercules Constellation Hercules Constellation Hercules Constellation




Ursa Minor, the Little Bear

Ursa Minor Constellation Ursa Minor Constellation Ursa Minor Constellation

Module 3: Astronomy
The Moon in 3-D

No humans have traveled to any other planet in the solar system, and only 12 humans have ever walked on the moon. So it is very unlikely that any of us will get to see the surface of a world other than Earth with our own eyes. Luckily we can see 3D images of these places using anaglyph photos and red/cyan 3D glasses. Most of these 3D images were taken by unmanned spacecraft exploring the solar system.

Back side of the moon

Back side of the moon, taken from low orbit


NASA image Apollo 16

Taken during the Apollo 16 mission in 1972.


NASA image Apollo 16

Taken during the Apollo 16 mission in 1972.


NASA image Apollo 17

Taken during the Apollo 17 mission in 1972.


NASA image Apollo 17

Taken during the Apollo 17 mission in 1972.


Freedom 7 crater on Mars

Freedom 7 crater on Mars, taken in 2011 by the Opportunity Rover.


Block Island Meteorite on Mars

A meteorite on Mars named Block Island, taken in 2009 by the Opportunity Rover.


Apollo 11 Anaglyph Gallery: July 1969


Apollo 12 Anaglyph Gallery: November 1969


Apollo 14 Anaglyph Gallery: January 1971




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