The Hubble telescope has been responsible for showing us some of the universes most incredible sights. But as lovely as they are, sometimes seeing them flat just isn’t enough. Which is why we love this 3D nebula fly-by so much.
Commenter Michael Lansdell (or mlwoods, as per his Kinja name) shared with us these transformed Hubble images, that he put together using the raw images from the telescope. It’s a beautiful and unusual look at the Crab Nebula, the Pillars of Creation in the Eagle Nebula, and, I believe, the Orion Nebula.
More Hubble fan art, please!