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By using two of my images of Jupiter, taken several minutes apart, to form this stereo image, you can view the planet in 3D with a moon suspended above the surface an another closer to you at bottom left. The relatively rapid rotation of the planet and its moons acts as a surrogate for moving the viewing position.

Just display the image quite large on your monitor (right click and 'view image'), relax and cross your eyes so the two planet images overlap in the middle.

A Stereo image of Jupiter and its moons.