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The mountains and desert plateaus of northwest Colorado are contrasted here in two views from the Multi-angle Imaging SpectroRadiometer (MISR). On the left, a natural-color view acquired by MISR's vertical-viewing (nadir) camera illustrates these features at a pixel resolution of 275 meters. A striking example of the capability of multiple view angles to illustrate topography is provided by the 3D stereo anaglyph view on the right, which was created by combining data from MISR's 46-degree forward-viewing and nadir cameras. To facilitate stereo viewing, both images have been oriented with north toward the left. Viewing the stereo image in 3D requires the use of red/blue glasses

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