In today’s Weekly Space Hangout, Emily Lakdawalla from the Planetary Society mentioned an animation of recently released images from the Rosetta mission’s flyby of asteroid Lutetia. It was put together and processed by Ian Regan, and Emily suggested you play this on a hand-held device (like a smart phone) in a dark room and move it around like you yourself are maneuvering the flyby! Try it — it is a very cool effect!
And while you’re at it, you also need to check out Emily’s montage poster of asteroids and comets, below:
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Check out more pretty images of Lutetia by Emily at the Planetary Blog.
One Reply to “Asteroid Lutetia Flyby Animation”
Wow, what a rush?!
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