Apollo 11 Anaglyphs


"Slight Overlap"

This anaglyph covers the overlap region beween two successive frames in a 12-frame panorama taken by Neil Armstrong.  Although the Hasselblad field-of-view was about 60 degrees, judging overlap without a viewfinder wasn't easy.  Later crews took more frames per panorama and almost always had signficant overlap between adjacent frames.  Here, the overlap is about 15-20 degrees in azimuth.  Vertical relief appears to be exaggerated, particularly in the case of the apparently steep inner slopes of the small craters in the middle distance on the right.  The split rock in the foreground was probably ejected by an impact large enough to reach bedrock and, then, probably split when it landed.
Anaglyph by Erwin D'Hoore
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