Hello people, first i need to say that i am quite a newb for astronomy. I have a idea about creating deep space stereoscopic images. I was wondered if it is usable to place two satellites(space telescopes) in heliocentric orbit, with distance approximately that of pluto , that are 180 degrees one from another - each on a different side of the sun. They would simultaneously take pictures of same sectors of space, thus creating a stereoscopic image of a star cluster, planetary system or whatever. I have calculated that this could create valuable stereo-images , by analogy of my stereoscopic view. I can clearly distinguish image dept at 10 km distance with my eyes, so i divided that distance with the distance between my eyes - 10km/6cm = 166666.666 166666.666*(29.657*2) AU(pluto perihelion) =9.88566663e+06 9.88566663e+06 /63241 AU(light year)= 156.31 light years. 29.657*2 - pluto perihelion *2 - distance between the satellites all astronomical distances are in AU I think that dept perception can be distinguished even at distances greater then 10 km for human eye, and computer vision is clearly superior and more sensitive then the human eye. Still even if it is just 156 ly, there are thousands of stars to observe. Are my calculations valid? And could this idea be somehow useful for astronomy?