Lutetia in 3D
This anaglyph 3D image of Lutetia can be viewed using stereoscopic glasses with red-green or red-blue filters. The two images making up this image were taken several minutes before Rosetta's closest approach to the asteroid on 10 July 2010. The left-eye view was captured at 15:41:39 GMT from a distance of 4274 km from Lutetia's surface and the right-eye view at 15:42:03 GMT from 4038 km (closest approach was at 15:45 GMT).
The '3D' image was created from data available in ESA's planetary science archive.