Dive into 3DAstronomical images not always have to be flat. Planetary rotation, lunar libration or the proper motion of an object relative to the sky background can be used to achieve a stereoscopic effect. In the example below Jupiter's rotation during 15 minutes created the needed offset for a 3-dimensional rendering. To see Jupiter pop out of your monitor look cross-eyed at the picture until the two images blend.
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