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What is 3D?

This simplistic animation shows the concept of 3d imaging of the SUN with the STEREO spacecraft.
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How do the STEREO spacecraft make 3D images?    How do the STEREO spacecraft make 3D images?
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Animation Number:20104
Animator:Walt Feimer (HTSI) (Lead)
Series:First 3-D Images from STEREO
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