ISRO shares a 3D ‘anaglyph’ image of Chandrayaan 3’s Vikram lander south pole of the Moon. This image looks quite unusual because the left channel displays the red channel, while the right channel displays the green and blue channels. This combination results in certain visual characteristics. ISRO’s Twitter account posted a 3D moon image, explaining that it was created using both the left and right images captured through the NavCam Stereo. ISRO said, “The anaglyph presented here has been created using the NavCam stereo image, which includes both the left and right image taken on the Pragyan rover.”
Anaglyph is a 3D representation of an object shown in three colors: red, blue and green, from multiple perspectives. In this 3D image, the left image is placed in the red channel, while the right image goes into the blue and green channels, making it appear cyan. The difference in perspective creates a stereo effect, providing a visual effect of three dimensions. To view these images properly, it is recommended to use red and cyan glasses.
These pictures were released after ISRO announced that the Vikram lander had been deactivated on the morning of 4 September at around 8 am IST. ISRO informed that once the data collected by the payload is transmitted Earth And their tasks are done, they are closed. It is estimated that Vikram Lander and Pragyan will be revived around 22 September.
With the success of Chandrayaan 3, India has become the fourth country in the world to successfully land on the Moon, bringing relief after the challenges faced during the mission of Chandrayaan 2.