Check out the moon's surface in 3D, the way it was meant to be seen

Sure, you've seen photos of the moon's surface. But have you seen them in amazing 3D? OK, maybe, but how about without having to cross your eyes? I didn't think so. But now, if you've got a pair of red/green 3D glasses kicking around, you can do so right now.

The photo above is of the Apollo 14 landing site. In 3D you can see the lander popping up from the surface, as well as the depth of all the craters. It's actually pretty amazing.

The images were made by Nathanial Burton-Bradford from images taken by the LRO. Here's hoping he makes more.

Flickr via Bad Astronomy