Here’s a much better 3D stereo than my earlier of Perseverance Rover itself, being lowered into Jezero Crater during the skycrane maneuver. These are successively closer views; the last must be viewed tilted at the appropriate angle.
This is a ‘found’ stereopair—that is, these two photos were taken by the 2D/mono Descent Stage Down-Look Camera, and they just happen to work as a stereopair due to the motion of the rover swaying back and forth on its cables. I realized that when I’d searched for stereopairs earlier, I never tried rotating the images…this much better pair works only at this specific angle.
Original images credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/ASU
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